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SAN FRANCISCO BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 
ADMINISTRATION AND OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE 



The actions taken by this Committee were simply marked on the Committee's calendar. 

There were no separate Minutes. We have included the marked calendar when available: 

in its absence, we have included the unmarked calendar. 

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BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 

BUDGET ANALYST 

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SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 94102 • TELEPHONE (415) 554-7642 



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TO: ^ Administration and Oversight Committee 

FROM: <g Budget Analyst 

SUBJECT: March 13, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting. 

Item 11 -179-90-2 

1. The proposed ordinance would amend the Administrative Code to 
implement a transfer of sick leave and vacation credits to catastrophically ill 
employees, pursuant to Charter Sections 8.364 and 8.441. 

2. The proposed amendment is to be enacted as an interim measure to 
permit the transfer of sick leave and vacation credits, as authorized by Charter 
Sections 8.364 and 8.441, respectively, until further consideration can be given to 
various issues enabling a more lasting provision to be adopted. 

3. In order to be declared catastrophically ill, an employee must meet all 
of the following conditions: 

- the employee has sustained a life-threatening illness or injury; 

- such illness or injury prevents the employee from returning to 

work for at least 30 days; and 

- the employee has already exhausted all available sick and 

vacation time. 

4. Any City and County employee who is eligible to accumulate and U86 
sick leave and vacation credits may receive transfers of sick leave and vacation 
credits, if the employee has been found to meet the definition of catastrophically ill. 



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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

March 13, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

5. The procedure to apply for catastrophic illness status is as follows: 

- the employee shall submit a prescribed application form 

together with supporting medical documentation to the 
Department of Public Health (DPH); 

- the DPH shall notify the employee's department by providing 

the department head a copy of the application form, but 
not a copy of the supporting medical documentation; 

- the DPH shall review the documentation submitted and make a 

determination to its accuracy, including requesting 
additional data from the employee and/or requesting the 
employee to submit to examination and testing by a 
designated physician. The examination and testing shall 
only be requested if there are reasonable grounds existing 
which makes it essential to determine the employees 
claim. An employee's failure to comply with these 
requirements may be grounds for rejection of the 
application; 

- after the DPH makes its determination, both the employee and 

employee's department head shall be notified; 

- any employee, who has been determined to be catastrophically 

ill from time to time, may be required to supply further 
documentation of current medical status, as the DPH may 
specify, in order to continue to qualify as catastrophically 

ill; 

- an employee, determined to be not catastrophically ill, shall 

have a right to appeal the DPH decision through an 
administrative appeal process to be established by the 
Public Health Commission, and which shall include the 
right to a review by Director of the DPH and, finally, a 
hearing before the Public Health Commission; and 

- the Public Health Commission shall determine and post 

administrative appeal rules for an appeals process which 
should not exceed 60 days. Any employee whose 
application has been disapproved may reapply after a 30 
day period. 

6. Any eligible City and County employee (not catastrophically ill and 
eligible to accumulate and use vacation credits and sick leave) may transfer sick 
leave and/or vacation credits to another employee subject to the following 
conditions: 



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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

March 13, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

- the transferring employee must retain a minimum sick leave 

balance of 64 hours; 

- transfers must be in units of 8 hours; 

- all transfers are irrevocable; 

- the transferring employee may transfer hours once per pay 

period per recipient; 

- the transferring employee may transfer a maximum of 80 

hours per pay period and 200 hours per calendar year; and 

- the transferring employee may transfer sick leave and vacation 

credits directly to a catastrophically ill employee or to a pool 
in the manner as if it were a single catastrophically ill 
employee. 

7. Rules governing the receipt of transferred sick leave and vacation 
credits by a catastrophically ill employee are as follows: 

- all hours transferred shall be credited as sick leave for the 

receiving employee. As they are used, they shall be treated as 
use of the employee's own sick leave for all purposes, 
including for continued accrual of vacation credits, sick 
leave, and retirement service, service for pay increments, 
and eligibility for holiday pay; 

- at the beginning of each pay period, a catastrophically ill 

employee must use all sick leave and vacation credit accrued 
during the previous pay period before using any transferred 
hours; 

- an employee who has been catastrophically ill may use 

transferred hours retroactively from the date of certification 
of eligibility back to the date of application; 

- a receiving employee may use transferred credits to provide for 

total payment from all sources for up to 100% of regularly 
scheduled hours per pay period; and 

- the maximum time that can be transferred to an employee for 

any single catastrophic illness is 2,080 hours. 

8. All medical records are to be kept confidential and, until an employee 
is determined to be catastrophically ill, the fact of an employee's application is to be 
kept confidential by the parties processing the application and the employee's 
department head. In addition, the names of employees donating hours are to 
remain confidential. 

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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

March 13, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

9. The proposed ordinance shall remain in effect until a related 
successor ordinance or Charter section takes effect or upon the effective date of an 
ordinance or Charter section instituting a long term disability program. 

10. The proposed ordinance shall be retroactive to the effective date of the 
Charter amendment, December 26, 1989. 

11. In July of 1989, the Budget Analyst reviewed the potential fiscal 
impact of the transfer of sick leave and vacation credits between employees. As 
previously reported, it cannot be reasonably estimated as to how much sick leave 
and/or vacation credits (and the amount of the related costs) that individual City 
employees or all City employees would donate for catastrophically ill employees. 

Recommendation 

Approval of the proposed ordinance is a policy matter for the Board of 
Supervisors. 



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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

March 13, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

Item 12 - File 106-90-1 

Note: This item was continued at the February 5, 1990, Governmental 
Operations Committee meeting in order to consider the final Civil Service 
Commission staff report on Salary Standardization for Fiscal Year 1990- 
91. As of the writing of this report, the Civil Service Commission staff 
report has not been released and, according to Civil Service, that report 
on its final wage and salary survey will not be available until it is 
approved by the Civil Service Commission at its next meeting scheduled 
for Monday afternoon, March 12, 1990. 

1. The proposed Draft Ordinance reflects the Civil Service Commission 
staff report on salary standardization for Fiscal Year 1990-91 and the Salary and 
Wage Survey, Preliminary Staff Recommendations. The Salary and Wage Survey 
presents preliminary computations of 1990-91 pay rates for the City's 
miscellaneous employees in accordance with the provisions of Charter Sections 
8.400, 8.401 and 8.407. The Civil Service Commission will revise the proposed 
Draft Ordinance in March, 1990, by inserting the final staff recommended 
salaries and wages for 1990-91. 

Salary Standardization Procedure 

2. Charter Section 8.401 establishes the general guidelines for the Civil 
Service Salary Standardization procedure. This Section provides that 
miscellaneous employees be paid ". . .in accord with the generally prevailing 
rates of wages for like service and working conditions in private employment or in 
other comparable governmental organizations in this state." Section 8.407 
provides a set procedure and a mathematical formula by which wages for 
employees covered by Section 8.401 will be set. The procedure requires that data 
on wages paid for comparable employment be collected from six Bay Area 
counties (Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Alameda and Contra 
Costa), from the 10 most populous cities in those counties, from other public 
jurisdictions in the Bay Area (including the State and Federal governments), and 
from the private sector. Should Civil Service staff determine that insufficient data 
exist, out-of-Bay Area data may be acquired, provided that the jurisdiction 
surveyed employs 3,000 or more persons. 

3. The wage and salary survey is based on "benchmark" classes which are 
considered to be key classes within occupational groupings. There are currently 
55 benchmarks. Survey data are collected for positions judged comparable to the 
benchmark classes in other jurisdictions and in the private sector. If the 
prevailing rate wage, as determined by the survey, is above the wage paid by the 
City, a wage increase for the affected class is warranted; if the prevailing wage is 
below that paid by the City, no wage increase is warranted. In general, if the 
wages of a benchmark class are recommended for an increase, all classes tied to 
that benchmark will be recommended for a corresponding increase. Similarly, if 
the wages of a benchmark class are not recommended for an increase, none of the 
classes tied to the benchmark class will be recommended for a wage increase. 

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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

March 13, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

Internal Adjustments 

4. After the preliminary salary survey recommendations are released by 
the Civil Service Commission, notices are distributed to employees and employee 
groups regarding the procedure for requesting adjustments to the preliminary 
recommendations for specific classes within designated benchmarks. These 
"internal adjustment" requests are analyzed by the Commission. Where 
appropriate, internal adjustments for specific classes are incorporated into the 
final salary recommendations. The amended recommendations are made 
available at a public hearing after which they are submitted to the Board of 
Supervisors. No internal adjustments are included in the preliminary salary 
recommendations, but such adjustments will be included in a March update of 
the preliminary salary recommendations. 

Updating Procedure 

5. The Commission's preliminary survey recommendations were based on 
information collected before January 1, 1990. By mid-March, the Commission 
will finish updating the survey. This process consists of determining the 
appropriate salary for each position as of July 1, 1990 based upon updated salary 
schedules in other jurisdictions. The results form the basis of the Commission's 
updated salary recommendations. 

6. The Commission's update of preliminary salary recommendations is 
made each year in an effort to comply with the Charter's provisions (Sections 
8.401 and 8.407) that salaries be set in accordance with the "prevailing rates" in 
other jurisdictions. The Charter does not require a survey update. However, for 
purposes of setting the salaries for City employees, the Civil Service Commission 
defines "prevailing rates" as that rate effective July 1 of the fiscal year in other 
jurisdictions which corresponds with the fiscal year for which the salaries are to 
be set in San Francisco. Using this definition, the preliminary survey must be 
updated after the July 1 salaries in other jurisdictions have been determined. In 
an opinion dated February 16, 1977, the City Attorney concurred with the concept 
of using July 1 salaries as the "prevailing rate" for purposes of setting San 
Francisco salaries. Historically, the updating procedures have significantly 
increased the cost of the Commission's preliminary salary recommendations. 

7. The Civil Service Commission reports that the preliminary wage and 
salary recommendations represent an average salary increase of approximately 
six percent for the approximately 21,721 budgeted, miscellaneous positions. The 
highest recommended increase is for the 8320 Counselor-Juvenile Hall 
benchmark (affecting 109 positions) with a recommended increase of 7.5 percent. 



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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

March 13, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

8. The Controller has estimated the cost increase resulting from the 
recommended wage and salary increases based on (a) the preliminary Civil 
Service Wage and Salary Survey for 1990-91 and (b) the number of filled positions. 
The Controller estimates that increased salaries and related fringe benefits 
(retirement, social security, and unemployment tax) will cost approximately 
$9,996,804. Of this amount, the cost to the General Fund is estimated to be 
approximately $7.3 million. However, the cost increase resulting from 
implementation of the final wage and salary survey, which as previously stated is 
not yet available from the Civil Service Commission, should be substantially 
higher. 



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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

March 13, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

Item 15 -File 60-90-1 

1. The proposed resolution would support the 1990 State Ballot Initiative to 
increase taxes on alcoholic beverages. 

2. The current rate of alcoholic tax varies by type of beverage. In general, 
current excise taxes are imposed on each gallon of alcoholic beverage at the 
following rates: 

Alcoholic Beverage Excise Tax Per Gallon 

Wine 1<Z 

Dessert Wine 2<f 

Sparkling Wine 300 

Beer 40 

Distilled Spirits $2.00 

In addition, all alcoholic beverages sold in California are assessed sales taxes 
based on the retail value of the beverage sold. San Francisco currently has a sales 
tax rate of 6.75 percent (which is scheduled to increase by 0.50 percent in April, 
1990 for traffic and transit purposes, for a total sales tax rate of 7.25 percent in San 
Francisco.) 

3. The current State alcoholic beverage tax has been in effect since 1937 The 
proposed State Ballot Initiative would increase the alcoholic beverage tax 5(2 per 
unit of alcoholic beverage, according to the following units: 12 ounces of beer, 5 
ounces of wine, 3 ounces of fortified wine and 1 ounce of distilled spirits. The tax 
would be assessed at the point of wholesale. As an example, the proposed increase 
in tax rates would translate to an additional tax of $1.28 per gallon of wine over the 
current tax of 10 per gallon of wine. 

4. Mr. Joe Cucchiara, who served as consultant to those California counties 
supporting the proposed ballot initiative, reported to the Budget Analyst in 
December 1989 that based on the current year's rate of consumption of alcoholic 
beverages, the increase in taxes as outlined in the proposed State Ballot Initiative 
would result in approximately $800 million of additional tax revenues. The funds 
raised in future years by the tax would depend on several factors including trends 
in the consumption of alcohol. The proposed draft initiative would allocate more 
than 75 percent of the increase in revenues, or approximately $600 million 
annually, directly to counties for more than ten specified programs related to 
alcohol and drug treatment services. Allocation of the revenues would be based on 
a $150,000 minimum to each county plus an additional share based on each 
county's share of the total State population. Mr. Cucchiara estimated that the 
annual share for the City and County of San Francisco would be more than 
$15,794,286. Additional revenues from this increased alcoholic beverage tax in an 
undetermined amount would be available to supplement this $15.8 million 
amount through programs that are not directly covered in the initial allocations. 
The Initiative was filed with the State Attorney General on November 9, 1989 and 
signature gathering commenced January 1, 1990. If enough signatures arc 

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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

March 13, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

gathered, the proposed ballot initiative would be placed on the November 1990 
ballot. 

5. The primary opposition to an increase in the State alcoholic beverage tax 
is from the wine, beer and alcoholic spirits manufacturers, producers and 
distributors. Opposition is particularly strong from the wine producing areas of 
the State. In response to inquiries from the Budget Analyst, the Wine Institute 
reported that they are opposed to the proposed ballot initiative. The Wine Institute 
is currently working on a alternative proposal that would raise, after several 
years, approximately $175 million annually through a more moderate increase in 
the State alcoholic beverage tax. Although each county would be allocated a 
portion of the funds raised, specific allocation procedures have not been worked 
out. 

6. A report by the Joint Legislative Budget Committee of the California 
Legislature reviewing the proposed ballot initiative notes that the initiative states 
that existing State funding and per capita levels of services for purposes specified 
in this initiative shall not be reduced. The Budget Committee report states that 
this could be "interpreted as a broad prohibition against funding any program 
affected by the initiative at less than the level funded in 1989-90 plus any 
adjustments deemed appropriate to offset the effects of population and inflationary 
increases". According to the Budget Committee, this could result "in unknown 
potential State costs, possibly in the hundreds of millions of dollars, to maintain 
1989-90 per capita levels of service, in perpetuity, in a variety of health, mental 
health, criminal justice, parks and other programs." 

7. The California State Senate Committee on Budgets and Fiscal Review has 
raised concerns similar to those of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee. The 
Committee notes in its report to Senator Alquist that "using the broadest 
interpretation, 'per capita levels of service' could be denned as the 1989-90 per 
capita costs based on Statewide California population for a variety of programs 
and services adjusted overtime for inflation. Over a fifteen year period, the 
combination of population and inflation adjustment would increase program 
expenditures from $1.2 billion in 1989-90 to $3.25 billion by the year 2005. 

8. There are protections in the proposed ballot initiative that prohibit the 
State from using revenues from this tax to supplant current State per capita 
expenditures for alcohol and drug programs. However, the Budget Analyst notes 
that there are no similar provisions in the proposed ballot initiative which would 
preclude counties from using the new revenues to offset existing General Fund 
monies that are allocated for local alcohol and drug treatment purposes. 

9. CSAC was originally supporting the provisions in the proposed ballot 
initiative. However, CSAC informed the Budget Analyst that CSAC has decided to 
take no position on the proposed increase in the State's alcoholic beverage tax. 
CSAC reaffirmed its neutrality on this issue at its November 17, 1989 meeting. 



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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

March 13, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

10. The Finance Committee at its February 21, 1990 meeting approved a 
resolution (File 12-89-24) supporting an increase in the State's alcoholic beverage 
tax. That pending resolution, which was to be considered by the Board of 
Supervisors on March 12, 1990, was amended to specifically support the 1990 
Alcohol Tax Initiative. If enough signatures are gathered, the initiative would be 
placed on the November 1990 ballot. The proposed resolution, which is the subject 
of this report for the Administration and Oversight Committee, is similar to the 
resolution pending before the Board of Supervisors. 

RpmitimPnHarinn 

The proposed resolution is a policy matter for the Board of Supervisors. 



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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 
March 13, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee 

Item 16 - File 60-90-4 

1. The proposed resolution would endorse the Clean Air and 
Transportation Improvement Act of 1990, to be placed on the June, 1990 State-wide 
ballot. 

2. The proposed Clean Air and Transportation Improvement Act of 1990, 
Proposition 116 on the June ballot, would provide $1.99 billion of additional 
revenue in the form of General Obligation State of California bonds to improve and 
expand intercity, commuter and light rail transit in California. This proposition 
was placed on the ballot through the initiative process sponsored by the Planning 
Conservation League (PCL). 

3. Proposition 116 does not include a process for State-wide competitive 
distribution of the bond funds, but rather specifies the amount of funds to be 
expended in each of the corridors for specific types of projects throughout the 
State. For example, $35 million is designated to be expended for Muni Rail 
projects in San Francisco. In addition, $173 million is designated for development 
of the CalTrain commuter rail project between San Francisco and San Jose, 
according to the following allocation: 

Millions 

San Francisco $13 

San Mateo 19 

Santa Clara 21 

Right-of-Way Acquisition 120 

Total $173 

An additional $140 million is designated for intercity rail in the Los Angeles- 
Fresno-San Francisco-Sacramento corridor, of which at least $60 million would be 
spent for rail service between Oakland and Fresno. 

4. In addition to each of the specified project allocations, $100 million of 
discretionary funds would be available for a competitive commuter and intercity 
rail car acquisition program, $20 million would be available for competitive grants 
for bicycle improvement projects and $20 million would be available for 
competitive grants for capital expenditures for ferry operations. These 
discretionary funds would be funded through the California Transportation 
Commission (CTC). 

5. An analysis of the proposed Clean Air and Transportation Improvement 
Act of 1990 was conducted by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) 
in terms of the effects on the State Transportation Planning and Development 
(TP&D) funding, the State Transit Capital Improvement (TCI) Program, and 
other general provisions. This MTC analysis is included as an Attachment. 



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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 
March 13, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee 

RpmmmpnHaHon 

Approval of the proposed resolution is a policy matter for the Board of 
Supervisors. 



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PCL RAIL BOND MEASURE 
TP&D PR OVISIONS 



COMMENTS 



Attachment 
Page 1 of 2 



TP&O Funding : 

• Deletes provision that would 
transfer sales tax revenues 
generated by any state gas 

tax Increase to TP&D. 
($500 roll lion-Ten-Year 
Funding Program) . 

• Deletes annual $110 million 
TPiD cap. 



Designates TP&D as a Trust 
Fund. 



• Limits TP&O appropriations 

only to transportation planning 
and mass transportation purposes. 



• Deletes a provision in proposed 
legislation to provide an addi- 
tional increase In TP&O funding 
by transferring to TP&D any sales 
tax revenues generated by any 
future federal gas tax Increase. 



Al 1 TP&D provisions 1n the 
funding package are effective 
now and are not dependent on 
passage of SCA I (Garamendi). 
(However, the gas tax Increase 
is dependent on passage of SCA I). 

This provision was also enacted 
1n SB 300 (Kopp) and is Included 
in SB 1653 (Alqulst). which is not 
yet enacted. 

This provision would prohibit 
TP&D funds from being appropriated 
for General Fund purposes. 

This new limitation will result 
in being unable to allocate 
STA funds to streets and roads in 
non-urban counties. 

This provision 1$ Included In SB 
1653 (Alqulst). which MTC is 
sponsoring. The bill is now in 
the Assembly Ways and Means 
Committee suspense file. 



TCI Program: 

• Adds ferry vessels and terminals 
to the types of projects eligible 
to receive TCI funding. 

• Reinserts bus rehabilitation 
and grade separations to the 
types of projects eligible for 
TCI funding. 

• Re-inserts limiting the type of 
rights-of-way projects eligible 
for TCI funding to "abandoned" 
rights-of-way only. 



Ferries would be able to com- 
pete for TCI funds for the 
first time. 

SB 300 deleted bus rehabili- 
tation and grade separations 
from the types of projects 
eligible for TCI funding. 

SB 300 deleted "abandoned" 
making all rights-of-way 
eligible for TCI funding. 



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TCI Program: 



ntiaLi mien u 

Page 2 of i! 



Requires CTC to allocate In the • This provision makes the TPE.D 

STIP to each Prop. 5 county pro- statutes consistent with the 

portlonate to Its population as Streets and Highway code per- 

compared to all Prop. 5 counties tainlng to funding of rail 

one-half of the total amount projects. 
available for rail capital pro- 
jects in all Prop. 5 counties. 



General : 



Provides for amendment of each • Without this provision, TP&D 

TP&.D provision in the initiative provisions In the PCL Rail Bond 

by a 2/3 vote of the Legislature. initiative could be amended only 

by another Initiative. 



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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 
March 13, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee 

Item 31 - File 60-90-7 

1. The proposed resolution would endorse Proposition 108, the 
Passenger Rail and Clean Air Bond Act of 1990 and Proposition 111, the 
Traffic Congestion Relief and Spending Limitation Act of 1990, both of 
which are to be placed on the June, 1190 State-wide ballot. 

2. Proposition 108 would enact the Passenger Rail and Clean Air 
Bond Act of 1990. This Bond Act would add Chapters 17, 18 and 19 to 
Division 3 of the State of California's Streets and Highways Code, relating to 
financing a rail transportation program by providing the necessary funds 
through the issuance and sale of State of California General Obligation 
bonds. Specifically, the proposed Bond Act would authorize the State to 
issue $1,000,000,000 (one billion dollars) of general obligation bonds to 
finance the acquisition of rights-of-way, capital expenditures and 
acquisitions of rolling stock for intercity rail, commuter rail and urban rail 
transit and for capital improvements which directly support rail 
transportation, including exclusive busways which are converted within 
ten years after completion of construction into rail lines, grade separations 
to enhance rail passenger service and multimodal terminals. 

3. The State Legislature has provided that, in addition to the $1 
billion which would be authorized by the Bond Act of 1990, the Passenger 
Rail and Clean Air Bond Act of 1992 would be submitted for voter approval 
for the issuance of an additional $1 billion of bonds in 1992 and the 
Passenger Rail and Clean Air Bond Act of 1994 would be submitted for voter 
approval for the issuance of another $1 billion of bonds in 1994, for a total of 
$3 billion. Over the next four years, California voters will therefore be asked 
to approve three separate $1 billion rail transit bond measures, totalling $3 
billion. Proposition 108 on the June, 1990 ballot is the first of these 
measures. 

4. The 1990 Bond Act revenues would only be available for use on 
specific routes and corridors, as identified in the Attachment. At least 15 
percent of the revenues would have to be spent on intercity rail purposes 
and equitably expended on intercity rail corridors based on the relative 
population served by each corridor, although the specific appropriations 
would be determined by the State Legislature. However, Proposition 108 
will not become effective unless Proposition 111 is also approved by the 
voters in June, 1990. 

5. Proposition 111, would enact the Traffic Congestion Relief and 
Spending Limitation Act of 1990. This proposition would amend the State 
Constitution by amending Sections 1, 2, 8 and 9 and subdivision (c) of 
Section 3, adding Sections 1.5 and 10.5 to Article XIIIB and amending 
Sections 8 and 8.5 of Article XVI. The Traffic Congestion Relief and 
Spending Limitation Act of 1990 would essentially change the spending 
limits imposed by the Gann Limit to allow greater flexibility. As a result of 
the Gann Limit, the State and local government entities in California are 

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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 
March 13, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee 

prohibited from exceeding an annual appropriations limit, based on 
adjustments due to annual changes in the cost of living and population, as 
currently specified. 

6. Proposition 111 would also enable transportation funding 
legislation recently enacted by the State Legislature to become effective. SB 
300, a nine-cent per gallon fuel tax increase (five cents on August 1, 1990 
and one additional cent on January 1, 1991, 1992, 1993 and 1994) and AB 471, 
a 55 percent truck weight fee increase, which were recently approved by the 
State cannot become effective unless Proposition 111 is approved because, 
without a change in the existing government Gann spending limit, these 
new revenues could not be spent. A total of approximately $15.5 billion is 
estimated to be raised over the next ten years in California from these two 
revenue sources. Including the proposed $3 billion of bond funds from 
Proposition 108 these revenues would result in an estimated total of $18.5 
billion of new revenue for transportation in California during the next ten 
years. The projected allocation of the new expenditures is as follows: 

Billions 

Complete already authorized projects $3.50 

Maintenance and repair of local streets and roads 3.00 
Prop 108 and future bonds-Build and expand intercity, 

commuter and urban rail transit 3.00 
Construct projects specifically designed to reduce 

congestion on existing routes 3.00 
Matching funds for city and county priority 

transportation projects 2.00 

Improve interregional roads outside urban areas 1.25 

Peak-hour reduction projects, such as vanpools 1.00 

Highway repair, maintenance and safety 1.00 

Transit expansion, operation and maintenance 0.50 

Environmental enhancements and soundwall retrofitting 0.25 

Total $18.50 

6. Proposition 111 would specifically modify the current State Gann 
spending limit by exempting from the Gann limit that portion of the tax 
imposed on motor vehicle fuels used in motor vehicles upon public streets 
and highways at a rate in excess of nine cents per gallon, the sales and use 
taxes collected on the increment of that tax and the weight fee imposed on 
commercial vehicles above the weight fee imposed on those vehicles on 
January 1, 1990. Proposition 111 would also exempt from the Gann limit 
one-time expenditures for earthquakes and other emergencies and capital 
outlay project expenditures. Proposition 111 would also revise the definition 
of the inflation factor used in calculating the Gann limit, by changing this 
factor from the current National Consumer Price Index to California's per 
capita personal income and would revise the two existing formulas and add 
a third formula for determining the minimum level of State funding for 

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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 
March 13, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee 

school districts and community college districts, to reflect the annual 
growth in average daily attendance in public schools. To enhance 
accountability, Proposition 111 would also require that an annual financial 
audit be conducted on each local government entity's annual Gann 
appropriations spending limit calculations. 

7. The Board of Supervisors recently approved a resolution (File 196- 
90-1) authorizing the City's Transportation Policy Group to submit an 
initial list of transportation projects to the Metropolitan Transportation 
Commission (MTC). Submitting this list of projects makes the City eligible 
to receive grant funding that would be made available if the proposed 
Propositions are approved by the voters in June, 1990. However, the actual 
projects to be funded will be selected later when the exact allocation of funds 
for San Francisco is determined by the State. 

8. Ms. Gail Bloom of the Public Utilities Commission's Finance 
Division reports that the proposed Propositions 108 and 111, if approved by 
the voters in June, 1990, would result in approximately $100 million to $300 
million of additional transportation revenue to the City and County of San 
Francisco over the next ten years. 

Rpcom mendation 

Approval of the proposed resolution is a policy matter for the Board of 
Supervisors. 




[arvey M. Rose 



President Britt 
Supervisor Hallinan 
Supervisor Hsieh 
Supervisor Alioto 
Supervisor Gonzalez 
Supervisor Hongisto 
Supervisor Kennedy 
Supervisor Maher 
Supervisor Nelder 
Supervisor Walker 
Supervisor Ward 
Clerk of the Board 
Chief Administrative Officer 
Controller 
Carol Wilkins 
Stacy Becker 
Ted Lakey 



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Attachment 



The following corridors will be eligible for Proposition 108 funds: 



INTERCITY RAIL 

Los Angeles - San Diego 

Santa Barbara - Los Angeles 

Los Angeles - Fresno - Bay Area/Sacramento 

Bay Area - Sacramento - Auburn 

San Francisco - Eureka 

COMMUTER RAIL 

San Francisco - San Jose 

San Jose - Gilroy 

Gilroy - Monterey 

Stockton - Livermore 

Orange County - Los Angeles 

Riverside County - Orange County 

San Bernardino County - Los Angeles 

Ventura - San Fernando Valley - Los Angeles 

Saugus - Los Angeles 

Oceanside - San Diego 

Escondido - Oceanside 

URBAN RAIL TRANSIT 

Sacramento: 

Roseville extension 
Hazel extension 
Meadowview extension 
Arena extension 

BART: 

Bayfair - East Livermore 
Concord - East Antiocri 
Fremont - Warm Springs 
Daly City - SF Airport 
Coliseum - Oakland Airport 
Richmond - Crockett 
Warm Springs - San Jose 

Alameda and Contra Costa: 
Pleasanton - Concord 



Santa Clara: 

Sunnyvale - Santa Clara 
San Jose - Vasona 
Route 237 

San Francisco: 

Extensions, improvements and additions to the 
San Francisco Municipal Railway. 

San Francisco - Santa Rosa - Sonoma 

Santa Cruz County: 

Boardwalk - University of California, Santa 

Cruz 

Los Angeles Metro Rail: 
Wilshire/Alvarado-WilshireAVestern 
Wilshire/Alvarado-Lankershim/Chandler 
San Fernando Valley Extension 
Union Station-State Routes 5 and 710 
Wilshire/Western-Wilshire/Route 405 

Los Angeles County Rail Corridors: 

San Fernando Valley 

Pasadena - Los Angeles 

Coastal Corridor (Torrance-Santa Monica) 

Santa Monica - Los Angeles 

Route 5 

Route 110 

San Diego: 
El Cajon - Santee 
Downtown - Old Town 
Airport - Point Loma 
Old Town - Mission Valley 
Mission Valley - La Mesa 
La Jolla - Miramar 
Old Town - Del Mar 
Downtown - Escondido 
Chula Vista - Otay Mesa 



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TUESDAY MARCH 13, 1990 2:00 P.M. ROOM 228. CITY HALL 

PRESENT: SUPERVISORS BRITT. HALLINAN. HS1EH 
CLERK: KAY GULBENGAY 

1. File 33- 90-2 . Consideration of rescission of Resolution No. 
971-88. and confirmation of Mayor's appointment of members to 
the San Francisco Relocations Appeals Board. (Mayor) 

Applicants: Patricia Aguayo (term ending January 2. 1991) 

Betty Brooks (term ending January 2. 1990) 

Jamal F. Mogannam (term ending January 2. 1991) 

Richard Hauptman (term ending January 2. 1992) 

Essie Webb (term ending January 2, 1990) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Rescession of Resolution No. 971-88 
confirmation of Mayor's appointment of Patricia 
Aguagy for the term ending January 2. 1991; Betty 
Brooks for the term ending January 2. 1990; Jamal F. 
Mogannam for the term ending January 2. 1991; Richard 
Hauptman for the term ending January 2, 1992; and 
Essie Webb for the term ending January 2. 1990 
recommended. Resolution prepared in and reported out 
of committee entitled: "Confirming Mayor's 
appointment of members to the San Francisco 
Relocations Appeals Board; Rescinding Resolution No. 
971 88." Recommended. 

2. F ile 33-90-3 . Consideration of confirmation of Mayor's 
appointment of Sonia S. Bolanos, vice Charlotte Berk, term 
expired, to the Redevelopment Agency, for the four year term 
ending September 3. 1993. (Mayor) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Confirmation of Sonia S. Bolanos 

recommended. Resolution prepared in and reported out 
of committee entitled: "Confirming Mayor's 
appointment of member to the San Francisco 
Redevelopment Agency." Recommended. 

3. File 33- 90-4 . Consideration of confirmation of Mayor's 
appointments t <> the 5<in Francisco Be location Appeals Board, 
Essie Webb and Betty Jean Brooks, vice themselves, terms 
expired, for the three year term ending January 2. 1993. 
(Mayor ) 

ACTION: Heating held. Confirmation of Essie Webb and Betty 
Jean Brooks recommended. Resolution pcepaced in and 
reported out ol committee entitled: "Com unnn.i 
Mayor's appointment ot members to the San Pi l 
Relocation Appeals Boacd." Becoaaended 



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File 92-86-47 . Consideration of appointment of member. 
Maternal. Child and Adolescent Health Board, vice Charles Spitz 
(nominee of Supervisor Maher) term expired, for a three-year 
term ending August 31. 1992. (Clerk of the Board) 



(Must be a representative from health professions and 
organizations concerned with maternal, child and 
adolescent health.) 

Applicant: Ellie Journey (Nominee of Supervisor Maher) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Appointment of Ellie Journey 

recommended. Resolution prepared in and reported out 
of committee entitled: "Appointing member to the 
Maternal. Child and Adolescent Health Board." 
Recommended . 

File 92-89-47 . Consideration of appointment of members to the 
Mental Health Advisory Board vice Jean Hayward. M. D. 
(physician), Erma Brim (public interest), terms expiring 
January 31, 1990, for 3 year terms ending January 31. 1993. 
(Clerk of the Board) 

(Must be a person representative of abovement ioned groups; 
no member of the Mental Health Advisory Board or his or 
her spouse shall be or. within the last twelve months have 
been, a full-time or part time county employee of the 
County Mental Health Service, an employee of the State 
Department of Mental Health, or an employee of a 
Short Doyle contract facility.) 

Applicants: John E. O'Brien (public interest) 
Louise Swig (public interest) 
Herb Levine (public interest) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Consideration of appointment vice Jean 
Hayward. M.D., continued to call of the chair. 

File 92-89-47.3 . Hearing held. Appointment of 
Louise Swig, vice Erma Brim recommended. Resolution 
prepared in and reported out of committee entitled: 
"Appointing member to the San Francisco Mental Health 
Advisory Board." Recommended. 

File 92-89-57 . Consideration of appointment of members. 
Telecommunications Policy Committee, vice Roberto Esteves 
(local government) George Kelsey (public interest). Linda Post, 
(public interest). Will Leong (TV production), and Stanley 
Herzstein, (public interest), terms expired February 1. 1990. 
for two year terms ending February 1. 1992. (Clerk of the 
Board) 

(Must be a person sufficiently interested in and 
knowledgeable concerning cablevision so as to be abll 
represent cablevision subscribers and the general public .) 

Applicants: Roberto Esteves (local government) 

Linda Post (public unci > 

Herb Kaplan (public Lntetl 

Adam Kravitz (public Lnteri 

Scot i i . Rod rick ( pub in- Lntereat ) 

liy r .>n KhiM t (public lntetl 

Carole Robert i (public Lnteri 

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ACTION: Hearing held. Appointment of Roberto Esteves. vice 
himself; Linda Post, vice herself; Byron Rhett. vice 
George Kelsey; Carole Roberts, vice Will Leong; and 
Adam Kravitz, vice Stanley Herzstein recommended. 
Resolution prepared in and reported out of committee 
entitled: "Appointing members to the San Francisco 
Citizens Telecommunications Policy Committee." 
Recommended . 

7. File 92-90-2 . Consideration of appointment of members. 
Advisory Council to the Commission on the Aging, vice Daisie 
Harrison (nominee of Supervisor Hongisto). Marjorie Stern 
(nominee of Supervisor Britt). Lynn Brown (nominee of 
Supervisor Hsieh). Alexandra Glazunova (nominee of Supervisor 
Gonzalez). Othella Childs (nominee of Supervisor Walker). 
Marion Liang (nominee of Supervisor Nelder). and Marian Levy 
(to be nominee of Supervisor Hallinan). terms expiring March 
31. 1990. for two-year terms ending March 31. 1992. (Clerk of 
the Board) 

(Must be a representative of the geographic and ethnic 
population of the City and County of San Francisco. Six 
members of the council shall be persons who are 60 years 
of age or older . ) 

Applicants: Marjorie H. Stern (Nominee of Supervisor Britt) 
Daisie Flor V. Harrison (Nominee of Supervisor 
Hongisto) 

Vivian Hallinan (Nominee of Supervisor Hallinan) 
Marian Levy (to seek a sponsor) 
Othella Childs (Nominee of Supervisor Walker) 
Lena Way Leong (Nominee of Supervisor Hsieh) 
Alexandra Glazunova (Nominee of Supervisor 
Gonza lez ) 

** ACTION: Hearing held. Consideration of nominee of Supervisor 
Nelder continued to call of the chair. 

File 92-90-2 . 2 . Hearing held. Appointment of Daisie 
Flor V. Harrison, vice herself; Marjorie Stern, vice 
herself; Lena Way Leong. vice Lynn Brown; Vivian 
Hallinan. vice Marion Levy; Alexandra Glazunova. vice 
herself; Othella Childs. vice herself recommended. 
Resolution prepared in and reported out of commit tee 
entitled: "Appointing members to the San Francisco 
Advisory Council to the Commission on the Aging." 
Recommended . 

8. File 92-90-3 . Consideration of appointment of member. Animal 
Control and Welfare Commission, vice Raymond L. Deiter. DVM. 
resigned, for the unexpired portion of a two year term ending 
April 30. 1990. (Clerk of the Board) 

Applicant: Ken Gorczyca. DVM 

ACTION: Continued to call ol the chair. 

9. File 92 90 4. Consideration of appointment ol Bomber. Adult 

D.jy Health Care Planning council, vlca Richard m. Kutsch, N.D 
< -...in Francisco Medical Society), resigned, tor tha unexpired 

I'crtion of the three year term ending September 30. 1991. 
(Clerk of the Board) 

(Must bo ovor 55 ye.ir% .! .mi- snd Interested in t In- 
special in-. 1 1 1 h and son.ii n la i'I tin- elderly.) 

Applicant : George Goods teln, m . i>. 
action Continued to call <>i tha chair. 



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10. File 92-89-15 . 1 . [Membership] Resolution approving amendment 
to the membership of the San Francisco Emergency Medical Care 
Committee by adding four new members and deleting two members. 
(Department of Public Health) 

Continued from 2/13/90) 

ACTION: Continued to call of the chair. 

11. File 179-90-2 . [Transfer of Sick Leave and Vacation Credits] 
Draft ordinance amending Administrative Code to implement a 
transfer of sick leave and vacation credits to catastrophica 1 ly 
ill employees pursuant to Charter Sections 8.364. (Supervisor 
Hongisto) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Amendment of the whole (as presented 
by Supervisor Hongisto) adopted. Bearing same 
title. Recommended. (Supervisor Hsieh dissented.) 

12. File 106-90-1 . [Annual Salary Standardization Ordinance] DRAFT 
ordinance fixing, designating, enumerating and providing 
schedules of compensation for persons employed by the City and 
County. San Francisco Community College District and San 
Francisco Unified School District whose compensations are 
subject to provisions of Sections 8.400, 8.401 and 8.407 of the 
Charter; effective July 1. 1990. (Supervisor Gonzalez 
presented on behalf of Civil Service Commission) 

ACTION: Continued to call of the chair. 

13. File 12-90-3. [State Legislation - AIDS Testing] Resolution 
memorializing the California Assembly to oppose Senate Bill 
1730 as presently crafted and to recommend changes in its 
provisions. (Supervisor Britt) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Continued to call of the chair. 

14. File 12-90-6 . [State Legislation] Resolution endorsing SB 
1853, a measure amending the Brown Act to include any committee 
on which a member of a legislative body serves and urging the 
State Legislature to amend existing State law regulating open 
meetings of State agencies in a comparable manner, by reguiring 
open meetings of any committee created to formulate legislation 
for consideration by the State Legislature on which a member of 
the State Legislature serves. (Supervisor Britt) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Recommended. 

15. File 60-90-1 . [1990 Alcohol Tax Initiative] Resolution 
supporting the 1990 State Ballot Initiative to increase taxes 
on alcoholic beverages. (Supervisor Britt) 

ACTION Tabled. 

16. F ile 60-90-4 . [Clean Air and Transportation Improvement Ac i of 
1990] Resolution endorsing the Clean Air and Transportation 
Improvement Act of 1990 which will be on the ballot lor the 
June. 1990 State wide election. (Supervisor Britt) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Recommended. 

17. File 225-89-2 . [Ballot Argument I Ballot argumcMit in concerning 

I iblishraent ot a Human Right! Coullllon. (Supervisor Hr i ( t ) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Amendment of the whole | tad 

t.y Supervisor Kennedy) adopted. Ballot argument 
recommended. Motion prepared in and reported out of 
commit! ntitle.l; "Author i .■ i ng oltioi.il I. allot 

acguneni Ln Cavoi of Proposition .> . a Chart*! 
aaendaani iiirm a Human Riqhl Lon " 
maandad, (Suparvisoi Hsiah diaaantad. > 



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18. File 283-89-2 . [Ballot Argument] Ballot argument concerning 
seven member commission. (Britt) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Amendment of the whole (as presented 
by Supervisor Ward) adopted. Ballot argument 
recommended. Motion prepared in and reported out of 
committee entitled: "Authorizing official ballot 
argument in favor of Proposition K. a Charter 
amendment relating to seven member commissions and 
Board of Permit Appeals." Recommended. (Supervisor 
Hsieh dissented.) 

19. File 286-89-2 . [Ballot Argument] Ballot argument concerning 
graffiti clean-up fund ordinance. (Supervisor Britt) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Amendment of the whole (as presented 
by Supervisor Gonzalez) adopted. Ballot argument 
recommended. Motion prepared in and reported out of 
committee entitled: "Authorizing official ballot 
argument in favor of Proposition D, an ordinance 
creating a neighborhood beaut if icat ion and graffiti 
clean-up fund." Recommended. 

20. File 290-89-2 . [Ballot Argument] Ballot argument concerning 
fire department work week. (Supervisor Britt) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Amendment of the whole (as presented 
by Mayor) adopted. Ballot argument recommended. 
Motion prepared in and reported out of committee 
entitled: "Authorizing official ballot argument in 
favor of Proposition E. a Charter amendment relating 
to the hours, tours of duty and compensation of the 
uniformed ranks of the Fire Department." 
Recommended. (Supervisor Hsieh dissented.) 

21. File 298-89-2 . [Ballot Argument] Ballot argument supporting 
commission gender composition. (Supervisor Hongisto) 

ACTION: Hearing Held. Ballot argument recommended. Motion 
prepared in and reported out of committee entitled: 
"Authorizing official ballot argument in favor of 
Proposition M. a Charter amendment providing that as 
a policy goal, no board or commission shall be 
comprised of more than a simple majority of the same 
gender." Recommended. 

22. File 299-89-2 . [Ballot Argument] Ballot argument supporting 
commissioner residency reguirement. (Supervisor Hongisto) 

ACTION: Hearing Held. Ballot argument amended paragraph 1 
line 3 by replacing "residents" with " L -itizens of 
voting age" and paragraph 2 line 1 after 
"commissions" by adding "and committees" and 
paragraph b line 3 after "COMMISSIONS" by adding "ANl> 
COMMITTEES". Motion prepared in and reported out of 
committee entitled: "Authorizing official ballot 
argument in favor of Proposition L. a Chattel 
amendment providing that all appointees to Chattel 01 
legislatively established boards, commissions and 
advisory bodies, except as provided, be resident 
San Francisco." Recouended ■■ amended [Supett 
Hs ieh d issented . ) 



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23. File 300-89-2 . [Ballot Argument] Ballot argument in favor of 
fire inspector and engineer retirement benefits. (Supervisor 
Hongisto ) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Amendment of the whole (as presented 
by Supervisor Hongisto) adopted. Ballot argument 
recommended. Motion prepared in and reported out of 
committee entitled: "Authorizing official ballot 
argument in favor of Proposition H, a Charter 
amendment relating to retirement benefits for fire 
safety inspectors and fire protection engineers." 
Recommended . 

24. File 303- 89-2 . [Ballot Argument] Ballot argument concerning 
equipment lease purchasing. (Supervisor Britt) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Amendment of the whole (as presented 
by Supervisor Walker) adopted. Ballot argument 
recommended. Motion prepared in and reported out of 
committee entitled: "Authorizing official ballot 
argument in favor of Proposition C, relating to 
financing purchase of equipment." Recommended. 

25. File 60-90-2.1 . [Ballot Argument] Ballot argument concerning 
two- term limit for supervisors. (Supervisor Britt) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Amendment of the whole (as presented 
by Supervisor Walker) adopted. Ballot argument 
recommended. Motion prepared in and reported out of 
committee entitled: "Authorizing official ballot 
argument against Proposition N. an initiative 
petition Charter amendment limiting Supervisors to 
two consecutive four year terms; eligibility of 
incumbent Supervisors." Recommended. (Supervisor 
Hsieh dissented.) 

26. F ile 60-90- 6.1 . [Ballot Argument] Ballot argument concerning 
fire department staffing and station closing procedures. 
(Supervisor Britt) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Amendment of the whole (as presented 
by the Mayor) adopted. Ballot argument recommended. 
Motion prepared in and reported out of committee 
entitled: "Authorizing official ballot argument 
against Proposition F. an initiative petition Charter 
amendment to provide minimum levels of fire 
protection for the City and County of San 
Francisco." Recommended. (Supervisor Hsieh 
dissented . ) 

27. F ile 60-90-8 . [Ballot Argument] Ballot argument concerning 
legalization of hypodermic syringes. (Supervisor Britt) 



File 60-90-10 . [Ballot Argument] Ballot argument concerning 
June S, 1990 ballot measures. (Supervisor Utitti 



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29. File 181-90-2 . [Ballot Argument] Ballot argument concerning 
supporting employment of retired teachers. (Supervisor Nelder) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Ballot argument recommended. Motion 
prepared in and reported out of committee entitled: 
"Authorizing official ballot argument against 
Proposition 1. a Charter amendment regarding 
employment after retirement for certificated 
employees." Recommended. 

30. File 186-90-2 . [Ballot Argument] Ballot argument concerning 
former supervisor health benefits. (Supervisor Britt) 

ACTION: Hearing Held. Ballot argument recommended. Motion 
prepared in and reported out of committee entitled: 
"Authorizing official ballot argument in favor of 
Proposition G. a Charter amendment relating to the 
health benefits for former members of the Board of 
Supervisors." Recommended. 

31. File 60-90-7 . [Proposition 111 and 108] Resolution declaring 
the Board of Supervisors' support for passage of Proposition 
111. the Traffic Congestion Relief and Spending Limitation Act 
of 1990 and Proposition 108. the Passenger Rail and Clean Air 
Bond Act of 1990, on the June b. 1990 ballot. (Supervisor 
Hsieh) 

ACTION: Continued to call of the chair at reguest of the 
author . 



CLOSED SESSION 



32. File 4S- 90- S . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of litigation of Carlos Jones against the City and 
County by payment of $17,S00. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

33. File 4S- 90- 6 . [Settlement of Litigation] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of litigation of Frank McDowell against the City and 
County by payment of $11.S00. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 



File 48- 90- b . [Settlement of Claim] Approving the settlement 
of the unlitigated claim ol Henry Carson l r l the BUB Ol no! to 
exceed $20,000. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 



Kile in >iii f. . [Settlement "t Claia] Resolution approving the 
settlement ot unlitigated claia ol Nary Quinlan In the sua >m 
$8,000. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 



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CALENDAR 

SPECIAL MEETING OF 

ADMINISTRATION & OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE 

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 

CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 



FRIDAY. MARCH 23. 1990 - 9:00 A.M. 

PRESENT: SUPERVISORS BRITT. HALLINAN. HSIEH 

CLERK: KAY GULBENGAY 



ROOM 228. CITY HALL 



0OCUM£NT3 DERT 
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File 303-B9-3 . Heating to consider rebuttal ballot 
argument concerning Proposition C, a Charter amendment 
relating to financing purchase of eguipment. (Supervisor 
Walker) 



ACTION: 



Tabled. 



File 286-89-3 . Hearing to consider rebuttal ballot 
argument concerning Proposition D, an ordinance creating a 
neighborhood beaut if icat ion and graffiti clean-up fund. 
(Supervisor Britt) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Amendment of the whole (as 
presented by Supervisor Gonzalez) adopted. 
Rebuttal argument recommended. Motion prepared 
in and reported out of committee entitled: 
"Authorizing rebuttal to ballot argument against 
Proposition D. an ordinance creating a 
neighborhood beaut if icat ion and graffiti 
clean-up fund." Recommended. 

File 60-90-6 . 2 . Hearing to consider rebuttal argument 
concerning Proposition F. an initiative petition Charter 
amendment to provide minimum levels of fire protection for 
the City and County of San Francisco. (Supervisor Britt) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Amendment of the whole (as 

presented by Mayor) adopted. Rebuttal argument 
recommended. Motion prepared in and reported 
out of committee entitled: "Authorizing 
rebuttal to ballot argument against Proposition 
F. an initiative petition Charter amendment to 
provide minimum levels of fire protection for 
the City and County of San Francisco." 
Recommended. (Supervisor Hsieh dissented.) 

File 186-90-3 . Hearing to consider rebuttal argument 
concerning Proposition G. a Charter amendment relating to 
the health benefits for former members of the Board of 
Supervisors. (Supervisor Britt) 



ACTION: 



Tabled 



File 300-89-3 . Hearing to consider rebuttal argument 
concerning Proposition H. Charter amendment relating to 
retirement benefits for fire safety inspectors and l irr 
protection engineers. (Supervisor Britt) 



ACTION: 



Tabled. 



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File 1B1-90-3 . Hearing to consider rebuttal argument 
concerning Proposition 1. a Charter amendment regarding 
employment after retirement for certificated employees. 
(Supervisor Britt) 

ACTION: Tabled. 

File 225-89-3 . Hearing to consider rebuttal argument 
concerning Proposition J. a Charter amendment establishing 
a Human Rights Commission. (Supervisor Britt) 

ACTION: Tabled. 

File 283-B9-3 . Hearing to consider rebuttal argument 
concerning Proposition K, a Charter amendment relating to 
seven member commissions and Board of Permit Appeals. 
(Supervisor Britt) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Amendment of the whole (as 

presented by Supervisor Ward) adopted. Rebuttal 
argument recommended. Motion prepared in and 
reported out of committee entitled: 
"Authorizing rebuttal to ballot argument against 
Proposition K. a Charter amendment relating to 
seven member commissions and Board of Permit 
Appeals." Recommended. (Supervisor Hsieh 
dissented . ) 

File 299-89-3 . Hearing to consider rebuttal argument 
concerning Proposition L. a Charter amendment providing 
that all appointees to Charter or legislatively 
established boards, commissions and advisory bodies, 
except as provided, be residents of San Francisco. 
(Supervisor Britt) 

ACTION: Continued to recessed special meeting 
March 26. 1990 at 1:30 p.m. 

File 298-89-3 . Hearing to consider rebuttal argument 
concerning Proposition M. a Charter amendment providing 
that as a policy goal, no board or commission shall be 
comprised of more than a simple majority of the same 
gender. (Supervisor Britt) 

ACTION: Tabled. 

File 60-90-2.2 . Hearing to consider rebuttal argument 
concerning Proposition N. an initiative petition Charter 
amendment limiting Supervisors to two consecutive 
four-year terms, eligibility of incumbent Supervisors. 
(Supervisor Britt) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Amendment of the whole (as 
presented by Supervisor Walker) adopted. 
Rebuttal argument recommended. Motion prepared 
in and reported out of committee entitled: 
"Authorizing rebuttal to ballot argument against 
Proposition N. an initiative petition Charter 
amendment limiting Supervisors to two 
consecutive four year terms, eligibility of 
incumbent Supervisors." Recommended. 
(Supervisor Hsieh dissented.) 



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Item 3 - File 60-90-7 

Note: This item was continued from the March 13, 1990 
Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting. 

1. The proposed resolution would endorse Proposition 108, the 
Passenger Rail and Clean Air Bond Act of 1990 and Proposition 111, the 
Traffic Congestion Relief and Spending Limitation Act of 1990, both of 
which are to be placed on the June, 1^90 State-wide ballot. 

2. Proposition 108 would enact the Passenger Rail and Clean Air 
Bond Act of 1990. This Bond Act would add Chapters 17, 18 and 19 to 
Division 3 of the State of California's Streets and Highways Code, relating to 
financing a rail transportation program by providing the necessary funds 
through the issuance and sale of State of California General Obligation 
bonds. Specifically, the proposed Bond Act would authorize the State to 
issue $1,000,000,000 (one billion dollars) of general obligation bonds to 
finance the acquisition of rights-of-way, capital expenditures and 
acquisitions of rolling stock for intercity rail, commuter rail and urban rail 
transit and for capital improvements which directly support rail 
transportation, including exclusive busways which are converted within 
ten years after completion of construction into rail lines, grade separations 
to enhance rail passenger service and multimodal terminals. 



Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 
March 27, 1990 

3. The State Legislature has provided that, in addition to the $1 
billion which would be authorized by the Bond Act of 1990, the Passenger 
Rail and Clean Air Bond Act of 1992 would be submitted for voter approval 
for the issuance of an additional $1 billion of bonds in 1992 and the 
Passenger Rail and Clean Air Bond Act of 1994 would be submitted for voter 
approval for the issuance of another $1 billion of bonds in 1994, for a total of 
$3 billion. Over the next four years, California voters will therefore be asked 
to approve three separate $1 billion rail transit bond measures, totalling $3 
billion. Proposition 108 on the June, 1990 ballot is the first of these 
measures. 

4. The 1990 Bond Act revenues would only be available for use on 
specific routes and corridors, as identified in the Attachment. At least 15 
percent of the revenues would have to be spent on intercity rail purposes 
and equitably expended on intercity rail corridors based on the relative 
population served by each corridor, although the specific appropriations 
would be determined by the State Legislature. However, Proposition 108 
will not become effective unless Proposition 111 is also approved by the 
voters in June, 1990. 

5. Proposition 111, would enact the Traffic Congestion Relief and 
Spending Limitation Act of 1990. This proposition would amend the State 
Constitution by amending Sections 1, 2, 8 and 9 and subdivision (c) of 
Section 3, adding Sections 1.5 and 10.5 to Article XIIIB and amending 
Sections 8 and 8.5 of Article XVI. The Traffic Congestion Relief and 
Spending Limitation Act of 1990 would essentially change the spending 
limits imposed by the Gann Limit to allow greater flexibility. As a result of 
the Gann Limit, the State and local government entities in California are 
prohibited from exceeding an annual appropriations limit, based on 
adjustments due to annual changes in the cost of living and population, as 
currently specified. 

6. Proposition 111 would also enable transportation funding 
legislation recently enacted by the State Legislature to become effective. SB 
300, a nine-cent per gallon fuel tax increase (five cents on August 1, 1990 
and one additional cent on January 1, 1991, 1992, 1993 and 1994) and AB 471, 
a 55 percent truck weight fee increase, which were recently approved by the 
State cannot become effective unless Proposition 111 is approved because, 
without a change in the existing government Gann spending limit, these 
new revenues could not be spent. A total of approximately $15.5 billion is 
estimated to be raised over the next ten years in California from these two 
revenue sources. Including the proposed $3 billion of bond funds from 
Proposition 108 these revenues would result in an estimated total of $18.5 
billion of new revenue for transportation in California during the next ten 
years. The projected allocation of the new expenditures is as follows: 



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March 27, 1990 



Billions 



Complete already authorized projects $3.50 

Maintenance and repair of local streets and roads 3.00 
Prop 108 and future bonds-Build and expand intercity, 

commuter and urban rail transit 3.00 
Construct projects specifically designed to reduce 

congestion on existing routes 3.00 
Matching funds for city and county priority 

transportation projects 2.00 

Improve interregional roads outside urban areas 1.25 

Peak-hour reduction projects, such as vanpools 1.00 

Highway repair, maintenance and safety 1.00 

Transit expansion, operation and maintenance 0.50 

Environmental enhancements and soundwall retrofitting 0.25 

Total $18.50 

6. Proposition 111 would specifically modify the current State Gann 
spending limit by exempting from the Gann limit that portion of the tax 
imposed on motor vehicle fuels used in motor vehicles upon public streets 
and highways at a rate in excess of nine cents per gallon, the sales and use 
taxes collected on the increment of that tax and the weight fee imposed on 
commercial vehicles above the weight fee imposed on those vehicles on 
January 1, 1990. Proposition 111 would also exempt from the Gann limit 
one-time expenditures for earthquakes and other emergencies and capital 
outlay project expenditures. Proposition 111 would also revise the definition 
of the inflation factor used in calculating the Gann limit, by changing this 
factor from the current National Consumer Price Index to California's per 
capita personal income and would revise the two existing formulas and add 
a third formula for determining the minimum level of State funding for 
school districts and community college districts, to reflect the annual 
growth in average daily attendance in public schools. To enhance 
accountability, Proposition 111 would also require that an annual financial 
audit be conducted on each local government entity's annual Gann 
appropriations spending limit calculations. 

7. The Board of Supervisors recently approved a resolution (File 196- 
90-1) authorizing the City's Transportation Policy Group to submit an 
initial list of transportation projects to the Metropolitan Transportation 
Commission (MTC). Submitting this list of projects makes the City eligible 
to receive grant funding that would be made available if the proposed 
Propositions are approved by the voters in June, 1990. However, the actual 
projects to be funded will be selected later when the exact allocation of funds 
for San Francisco is determined by the State. 



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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 
March 27, 1990 



8. Ms. Gail Bloom of the Public Utilities Commission's Finance 
Division reports that the proposed Propositions 108 and 111, if approved by 
the voters in June, 1990, would result in approximately $100 million to $300 
million of additional transportation revenue to the City and County of San 
Francisco over the next ten years. 

Approval of the proposed resolution is a policy matter for the Board of 
Supervisors. 




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arvey M. Rose 



cc: President Britt 

Supervisor Hallinan 
Supervisor Hsieh 
Supervisor Alioto 
Supervisor Gonzalez 
Supervisor Hongisto 
Supervisor Kennedy 
Supervisor Maher 
Supervisor Nelder 
Supervisor Walker 
Supervisor Ward 
Clerk of the Board 
Chief Administrative Officer 
Controller 
Carol Wilkins 
Stacy Becker 
Ted Lakey 



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Attachment 



The following corridors will be eligible for Proposition 108 funds: 



INTERCITY RAIL 

Los Angeles - San Diego 

Santa Barbara - Los Angeles 

Los Angeles - Fresno - Bay Area/Sacramento 

Bay Area - Sacramento - Auburn 

San Francisco - Eureka 

COMMUTER RAIL 

San Francisco - San Jose 

San Jose - Gilroy 

Gilroy - Monterey 

Stockton - Livermore 

Orange County - Los Angeles 

Riverside County - Orange County 

San Bernardino County - Los Angeles 

Ventura - San Fernando Valley - Los Angeles 

Saugus - Los Angeles 

Oceanside - San Diego 

Escondido - Oceanside 

URBAN RAIL TRANSIT 

Sacramento: 

Roseville extension 
Hazel extension 
Meadowview extension 
Arena extension 

BART: 

Bayfair - East Livermore 
Concord - East Antioch 
Fremont - Warm Springs 
Daly City - SF Airport 
Coliseum - Oakland Airport 
Richmond - Crockett 
Warm Springs - San Jose 

Alameda and Contra Costa: 
Pleasanton - Concord 



Santa Clara: 

Sunnyvale - Santa Clara 
San Jose - Vasona 
Route 237 

San Francisco: 

Extensions, improvements and additions to the 
San Francisco Municipal Railway. 

San Francisco - Santa Rosa - Sonoma 

Santa Cruz County: 

Boardwalk - University of California, Santa 

Cruz 

Los Angeles Metro Rail: 

Wilshire/Alvarado-WilshireAVestern : _ 
Wilshire/Alvarado-Lankershim/Chandler 
San Fernando Valley Extension 
Union Station-State Routes 5 and 710 
Wilshire/Westem-Wilshixe/Route 405 

Los Angeles County Rail Corridors: 

San Fernando Valley 

Pasadena - Los Angeles 

Coastal Corridor (Torrance-Santa Monica) 

Santa Monica - Los Angeles 

Route 5 

Route 110 

San Diego: 
El Cajon - Santee 
Downtown - Old Town 
Airport - Point Loma 
Old Town - Mission Valley 
Mission Valley - La Mesa 
La Jolla - Miramar 
Old Town - Del Mar 
Downtown - Escondido 
Chula Vista - Otay Mesa 



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ADMINISTRATION AND OVERSIGHT 

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CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 



TUESDAY. MARCH 27. 1990 - 2:00 P.M. ROOM 228. CITY HALL 

PRESENT: SUPERVISORS BRITT. HALLINAN. HSIEH 
CLERK: KAY GULBENGAY 



DOCUMENTS DEP7. 

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File 92-90-3 . Consideration of appointment of member. Animal 
Control and Welfare Commission, vice Raymond L. Deiter, DVM. 
resigned, for the unexpired portion of a two-year term ending 
April 30. 1990. (Clerk of the Board) 

Applicant: Ken Gorczyca. DVM 

ACTION: Continued to call of the chair. 

File 92-90-4 . Consideration of appointment of member. Adult 
Day Health Care Planning Council, vice Richard M. Kutsch. M.D. 
(San Francisco Medical Society), resigned, for the unexpired 
portion of the three-year term ending September 30, 1991. 
(Clerk of the Board) 



Appl icant : 



George Goodstein, M.D. 



ACTION: Continued to April 10, 1990 meeting. 

3. File 60-90-7 . [Proposition 111 and 108] Resolution declaring 
the Board of Supervisors' support for passage of Proposition 
111. the Traffic Congestion Relief and Spending Limitation Act 
of 1990 and Proposition 108, the Passenger Rail and Clean Air 
Bond Act of 1990, on the June 5, 1990 ballot. (Supervisor 
Hsieh) 



ACTION: 



Hearing held. To board without recommendation. 



CLOSED SESSION 



File 45-90-7 . [Settlement of Litigation] Ordinance 
authorizing settlement of litigation of Thomas and Matthew 
Conroy against the City and County by payment of $10,000. 
(City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

File 45-90-8 . [Settlement of Litigation] Ordinance 
authorizing settlement of litigation of Nancy and Robert Ortiz 
against the City and County by payment of $6,000. (City 
Attorney) 



ACT 1 ON : 



Recommended . 



File 45-90-9 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of litigation of San Francisco against Nicholas P. 
Daphne. Daisy Virginia Daphne, and Cathay Mortuary Inc., for 
$5,700,000 in three years. 



ACTION: 



Recommended . 



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7. File 46-90-1 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of litigation of Berdine Thomas v. Kilpatrick's 
Bakeries. Inc.. et al, upon receipt of the sume of $43,333.33 
less 1/3 of costs and authorizing release of lien. (City 
Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

8. File 46-90-2 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of litigation of Jina Bahrami aginst the City and 
County of San Francisco by receipt of $45,SOO. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

9. File 46-90-3 . [Settlement of Litigation] Ordinance 
authorizing settlement of litigation of Richard Hargens v. 
Romania Perkins, et al., and Richard Hargens v. Scott L. Peck, 
et al.. upon receipt of the sum of 48.619 and authorizing 
release of lien and dismissal of complaint. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 



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TO: -^ Administration and Oversight Committee 

FROM: Budget Analyst 

SUBJECT: April 10, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 



Item 3 - File 193-89-12 

Department: Recreation and Park Department 



Item: 



Description: 



Resolution providing for the Endorsement of the California 
Wildlife Protection Act of 1990 

The Recreation and Park Commission formally endorsed 
the California Wildlife Protection Act of 1990 at its 
December 21, 1989 meeting. The Commission is now 
requesting that the Board of Supervisors add its 
endorsement to this legislation. The California Wildlife 
Protection Act of 1990 includes the following provisions: 

1. Grants of $2 million per year over the next 30 years 
would be made available to local governmental agencies 
for fifty percent matching grants for the creation, 
enhancement and management of urban trails, nature 
interpretation programs and other programs which 
bring urban residents into park and wildlife areas, and 
for acquisition of habitat and wildlife corridors. 

2. Grants of $1 million per year over the next 30 years 
would be available to State agencies for acquisition of 
lands in and adjacent to State park systems. 



Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

April 10, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

3. Grants of $30 million per year for the next thirty years 
would be available to State agencies for habitat for rare 
and endangered species including specific funding for 
mountain lions, deer and native oak and for critical 
habitat. 

4. The services of the California Conservation Corps and 
local Community Conservation Corps would be utilized 
whenever possible. 

The State has identified some potential funding sources for 
the California Wildlife Protection Act of 1990 which include 
the following: the unallocated account from the Tobacco 
Tax; State Bond funds; the Environmental License Plate 
Fund; the Wildlife Restoration Fund; and the Endangered 
Species Checkoff Fund. Any shortfall in funding would be 
made up by the State's General Fund. 

The Recreation and Park Department reports that the 
California Protection Act of 1990 could potentially fund such 
Department projects as the Ridge/Bay Trail, the Laguna 
Salada Resource Enhancement Plan, or enable acquisition 
of natural areas if they include rare or endangered species. 
The Department has not as yet made a determination 
regarding the estimated amount of revenue the City is 
expected to receive under the California Wildlife Protection 
Act of 1990 funds, or the amount of local match that might 
be required in connection with any grant received. 

Recommendation: Approval of the proposed resolution is a policy matter for 
the Board of Supervisors. 



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BUDGET ANALYST 



Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 
April 10, 1990 



Item 4 -File 97-90-15 

Department: 

Item: 



Description: 



Comments: 



Recommendation: 



City Attorney 

Ordinance to amend Section 10.22-2 of the San Francisco 
Administrative Code regarding settlement of litigation 
not exceeding $5,000. 

The proposed ordinance would amend the 
Administrative Code to simplify the approval of 
settlement of litigated claims not exceeding $5,000 and to 
modify the reporting requirements to the Board of 
Supervisors to be consistent with recently adopted 
legislation. 

In February, 1990 the Board of Supervisors approved 
legislation (Files 97-90-1, 97-90-2 and 101-89-77) to 
establish a Claims and Judgment Revolving Fund, 
authorize payment of unlitigated claims not exceeding 
$5,000 from this Fund, permit processing of unlitigated 
settlements by the City Attorney's Office without the 
approval of the department head, board or commission 
and increase the reporting of information to the Board of 
Supervisors from quarterly to monthly. 

The proposed ordinance would similarly enable the City 
Attorney's Office to pay litigated claims from the newly 
established Claims and Judgment Revolving Fund and 
increase the reporting of information to the Board of 
Supervisors from quarterly to monthly. In contrast to 
unlitigated claims, the proposed ordinance would still 
require the involvement and approval of the department 
head and the Chief Administrative Officer or the 
appropriate board or commission. 

1. Mr. Ray King of the City Attorney's Office reports that 
the proposed ordinance would bring the reporting 
requirements to the Board of Supervisors for the litigated 
claims not exceeding $5,000 into conformance with the 
unlitigated claims not exceeding $5,000. The City 
Attorney currently provides one report that contains 
separate listings of the litigated and unlitigated claims. 

2. According to Mr. John Madden of the Controller's 
Office, the Controller's Office is supportive of the City 
Attorney's use of the Claims and Judgment Revolving 
Fund for payment of litigated claims under $5,000. 

Approve the proposed ordinance. 



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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

April 10, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

Item 7 - File 106-90-1 

Note: This item was continued at the March 13, 1990, Administration and 
Oversight Committee meeting in order to consider the final Civil Service 
Commission staff report on Salary Standardization for Fiscal Year 1990- 
91. The Civil Service Commission final staff report has been released. 

1. The proposed Ordinance reflects the Civil Service Commission staff 
report on salary standardization for Fiscal Year 1990-91 and the Salary and Wage 
Survey, Preliminary Staff Recommendations. The Salary and Wage Survey 
presents preliminary computations of 1990-91 pay rates for the City's 
miscellaneous employees in accordance with the provisions of Charter Sections 
8.400, 8.401 and 8.407. 

Salary Standardisation Procedure 

2. Charter Section 8.401 establishes the general guidelines for the Civil 
Service Salary Standardization procedure. This Section provides that 
miscellaneous employees be paid ". . . in accord with the generally prevailing 
rates of wages for like service and working conditions in private employment or in 
other comparable governmental organizations in this state." Section 8.407 
provides a set procedure and a mathematical formula by which wages for 
employees covered by Section 8.401 will be set. The procedure requires that data 
on wages paid for comparable employment be collected from six Bay Area 
counties (Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Alameda and Contra 
Costa), from the 10 most populous cities in those counties, from other public 
jurisdictions in the Bay Area (including the State and Federal governments), and 
from the private sector. Should Civil Service staff determine that insufficient data 
exist, out-of-Bay Area data may be acquired, provided that the jurisdiction 
surveyed employs 3,000 or more persons. 

3. The wage and salary survey is based on "benchmark" classes which are 
considered to be key classes within occupational groupings. There are currently 
55 benchmarks. Survey data are collected for positions judged comparable to the 
benchmark classes in other jurisdictions and in the private sector. If the 
prevailing rate wage, as determined by the survey, is above the wage paid by the 
City, a wage increase for the affected class is warranted; if the prevailing wage is 
below that paid by the City, no wage increase is warranted. In general, if the 
wages of a benchmark class are recommended for an increase, all classes tied to 
that benchmark will be recommended for a corresponding increase. Similarly, if 
the wages of a benchmark class are not recommended for an increase, none of the 
classes tied to the benchmark class will be recommended for a wage increase. 



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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

April 10, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

Internal An>stmpnfr 

4. After the preliminary salary survey recommendations are released by 
the Civil Service Commission, notices are distributed to employees and employee 
groups regarding the procedure for requesting adjustments to the preliminary 
recommendations for specific classes within designated benchmarks. These 
"internal adjustment" requests are analyzed by the Commission. Where 
appropriate, internal adjustments for specific classes are incorporated into the 
final salary recommendations. The amended recommendations are made 
available at a public hearing after which they are submitted to the Board of 
Supervisors. No internal adjustments are included in the preliminary salary 
recommendations, but such adjustments are included in the update of the 
preliminary salary recommendations. 

Updating Procedure 

5. The Commission's preliminary survey recommendations were based on 
information collected before January 1, 1990. By mid-March, the Commission 
finished updating the survey. This process consists of determining the 
appropriate salary for each position as of July 1, 1990 based upon updated salary 
schedules in other jurisdictions. The results form the basis of the Commission's 
updated salary recommendations. 

6. The Commission's update of preliminary salary recommendations is 
made each year in an effort to comply with the Charter's provisions (Sections 
8.401 and 8.407) that salaries be set in accordance with the "prevailing rates" in 
other jurisdictions. The Charter does not require a survey update. However, for 
purposes of setting the salaries for City employees, the Civil Service Commission 
defines "prevailing rates" as that rate effective July 1 of the fiscal year in other 
jurisdictions which corresponds with the fiscal year for which the salaries are to 
be set in San Francisco. Using this definition, the preliminary survey must be 
updated after the July 1 salaries in other jurisdictions have been determined. In 
an opinion dated February 16, 1977, the City Attorney concurred with the concept 
of using July 1 salaries as the "prevailing rate" for purposes of setting San 
Francisco salaries. Historically, the updating procedures have significantly 
increased the cost of the Commission's preliminary salary recommendations. 

7. The Civil Service Commission reports that the March update of the 
preliminary wage and salary recommendations represent an average salary 
increase of approximately six percent for the approximately 21,721 budgeted, 
miscellaneous positions. The highest recommended increase is for the 8238 Police 
Communications Dispatcher benchmark (affecting 229 positions) and the 2450 
Pharmacist benchmark (affecting 63 positions) with a recommended increase of 
10.0 percent. 



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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

April 10, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

8. The Controller has estimated the cost increase resulting from the 
recommended wage and salary increases based on (a) the March update of the 
preliminary Civil Service Wage and Salary Survey for 1990-91 and (b) the number 
of filled positions. The Controller estimates that increased salaries and related 
fringe benefits (retirement, social security, and unemployment tax) will cost 
approximately $49,366,070. Of this amount, the cost to the General Fund is 
estimated to be approximately $36 million. The Controller's estimate is attached. 

CommPnte 

1. The $49,366,070 estimated cost of salary standardization for 1990-91 
includes increases for Pay Equity. Certain classifications, mainly clerical, food 
service and hospital worker classifications will receive an additional, 
approximately three percent increase in pay. 

2. The proposed Salary Standardization Ordinance does not include 
increases for the Police, Fire, Municipal Railway and Registered Nurse 
classifications whose salaries are established under other Charter sections and 
for Judges and Traffic Referees of the Municipal Court whose salaries are set in 
accordance with the State Government Code. Salary Standardizations for these 
classifications are the subject of separate legislative actions. 

3. By previously approved motion, the Board of Supervisors extended the 
Charter mandated date for final approval of the Salary Standardization 
Ordinance by 30 days to April 30, 1990, as permitted by the Charter. 

Recommendation 

Approve the proposed Salary Standardization Ordinance for 1990-91. 



cc: President Britt 

Supervisor Hallinan 
Supervisor Hsieh 
Supervisor Alioto 
Supervisor Gonzalez 
Supervisor Hongisto 
Supervisor Kennedy 
Supervisor Maher 
Supervisor Nelder 
Supervisor Walker 
Supervisor Ward 
Clerk of the Board 




Harvey M. Rose 

Chief Administrative Officer 
Controller 
Carol Wilkins 
Ted Lakey 



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Attachment 

City and County of San Francisco Office of Controller 



March 13, 1990 



Honorable Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 
Room 235, City Hall 
San Francisco, CA 94102 

Re: 1990-91 Salary Standardization 

Honorable ladles and gentlemen: 

Salary recommendations of the Civil Service Commission, dated March 12, 1990, 
recommend Increases averaging 61 above 1988-89 salary levels for the City's 
miscellaneous employees subject to Charter Section 8.407. The revised cost 
Increase attributable to these recommendations Is estimated as follows: 

Salary Increase $40,817,093 

Retirement 6,122,564 

FICA 2,385,596 

State Unemployment 40.817 

Total $49.366.070 

Of the above total, approximately $36 million would be from General Fund 
unallocated resources. 

Detailed below are the chronological recommendations of the Civil Service 
Commission: 

January 5, 1990 Preliminary survey $ 9,996,804 
February 23, 1990 Internal adjustments 712,846 
March 12, 1990 Final salary update 38.656.420 

Total $49.366.070 

The above figure covers permanent and temporary "miscellaneous" positions. 
School, Fire, Police, Registered Nurses, Municipal Court and Muni Platform 
personnel are excluded. 

Very truly yours. 



Samuel D. Yo 
Control le 




JM:ac(85GEN94) 

cc: Mayor Art Agnos 

Civil Service Commission 
Budget Analyst 
Employee Relations 



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CALENDAR 
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ADMINISTRATION AND OVERSIGHT 

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 

CITY AMD COUNTY OF SAM FRANCISCO 



TUESDAY. APRIL 10, 1990 - 2:00 P.M. ROOM 228, CITY HALL 

PRESENT: SUPERVISORS BRITT, HALLINAN. HSIEH 

ABSENT: SUPERVISOR HSIEH - ITEMS 1. 2, and 3 

CLERK: KAY GULBENGAY 

1. File 92-90-2 . Consideration of appointment of neibers, 
Advisory Council to the Commission on the Aging. Marion Levy, 
vice Marion Liang (nominee of Supervisor Nelder). term expiring 
March 31. 1990, for two-year tern ending March 31. 1992. 
(Clerk of the Board) 

Applicant: Marian Levy (Nominee of Supervisor Nelder) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Appointment of Marian Levy, vice 

Marian Liang recommended. Resolution prepared in and 
reported out of committee entitled: "Appointing 
■ember to the San Francisco Advisory Council to the 
Commission on the Aging." Recommended. 

2. File 92-90-4 . Consideration of appointment of member. Adult 
Day Health Care Planning Council, vice Richard M. Kutsch, M.D., 
resigned, for the unexpired portion of the three-year term 
ending September 30, 1991. (Clerk of the Board) 

Applicant: George Goodstein. M.D. 

ACTION: Hearing held. Appointment of George Goodstein, M.D.. 
vice Richard M. Kutsch. M.D.. recommended. 
Resolution prepared in and reported out of committee 
entitled: "Appointing member to the Adult Day Health 
Care Planning Council." Recommended. 

3. File 193-89-12 . Resolution endorsement of the California 
Nildlife Protection Act of 1990. (Supervisor Britt) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Amendment of the whole (as presented 
by Supervisor Britt) adopted. Entitled: "Endorsing 
the California Wildlife Protection Act 1990 and 
encouraging residents to likewise preserve the health 
of our world and the beauty of our State's Wildlife 
heritage forever." Recommended. 

4. File 97-90-15 . [Settlement of Claim] Ordinance amending 
Administrative Code, by amending Section 10.22.2. settlement of 
litigation not exceeding $S.000. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Recommended. 

5. File 93-90-6 . [Employee Relations Division) Resolution 
ratifying Memorandum of Understanding with the Police 
Commission, Chief of Police and the San Francisco Police 
Officer's Association for the ranks of Police Officer. Police 
Woman. Assistant Inspector. Inspector and Sergeant. (Mayor's 
Office of Employee Relations) 



ACTION: 



Hearing held. Recommended 



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6. File 93-90-7 . [Employee Relations Division] Resolution 
ratifying Memorandum of Understanding with the Police 
Commission .Chief of Police and the San Francisco Police 
Officers' Association for the ranks of Lieutenant, Captain. 
Police Commission Secretary. Commander and Deputy Chief. 
(Mayor's Office of Employee Relations) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Recommended. 

7. File 106-90-1 . [Annual Salary Standardization Ordinance] DRAFT 
ordinance fixing, designating, enumerating and providing 
schedules of compensation for persons employed by the City and 
County. San Francisco Community College District and San 
Francisco Unified School District vhose compensations are 
subject to provisions of Sections 8.400. 8.401 and 8.407 of the 
Charter; effective July 1, 1990. (Supervisor Gonzalez 
presented on behalf of Civil Service Commission) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Amendment of the whole (as presented 
in committee) adopted. Entitled: "An ordinance 
fixing, designating, enumerating and providing 
schedules of compensation for persons employed by the 
City and County of San Francisco, the San Francisco 
Community College District and the San Francisco 
Unified School District, whose compensations are 
subject to the provisions of Section 8.400. Section 
8.401 and Section 8.407 of the Charter and 
establishing working schedules and conditions of 
employment and methods of payment, effective July 1, 
1990." Recommended. 



CLOSED SESSION 

8. File 45-90-10 . [Settlement of Litigation] Ordinance 
authorizing settlement of litigation of Daniel Regan, et al.. 
against the City and County by payment of $28,500. (City 
Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

9. File 45-90-11 . [Settlement of Litigation] Ordinance 
authorizing settlement of litigation of Raymond Corning against 
the City and County by payment of $12,500. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

10. File 46-90-4 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of litigation of Arthur Gonzalez Hopkins V. Ruth 
Stone, et al.. upon receipt of the sum of $22,000.00 and 
dismissal of complaint. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Continued to call of the chair at request of the City 
Attorney . 

11. File 46-90-5 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of litigation of James P. Dunleavy v. Eugene Edmund 
Bossi. et al. upon receipt of the sum $7,500 and authorizing 
dismissal of complaint. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Continued to call of the chair at the request of the 
City Attorney. 



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12. File 46-90-6 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of litigation of San Francisco v. Bang Chu. Douglas 
Shin, Chu Bang Chi. et al., upon receipt of the sum of $12,500; 
and dismissal of complaint. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Continued to call of the chair at the request of the 
City Attorney. 

13. File 49-90-1 . [Settlement of Unlitigated Claim] Resolution 
approving settlement agreement, including unlitigated claim in 
the amount of $64,000 in favor of the City and County of San 
Francisco. (City Attorney) (Companion measure to File 62-90-1) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

14. File 62-90-1 . [Lease Amendment] Ordinance approving First 
Amendment to Lease for Food and Refreshment Concessions at 
various Recreation and Park Commission locations between the 
City and County and Pon & Horn. Inc. (City Attorney) 
(Companion measure to File 49-90-1) 

ACTION: Recommended. 



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TO: Administration and Oversight Committee 

FROM: Budget Analyst 

SUBJECT: April 24, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

Item 5 -File 12-90-12 

1. The proposed resolution would support Senate Bill (SB) 2100, which 
would authorize the Metropolitan Transportation Commission to impose a toll 
charge for certain vehicles using the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge (Bay 
Bridge). This proposed resolution would urge the Mayor to urge the State 
Legislature to pass SB 2100. 

2. This bill would authorize the Metropolitan Transportation Commission 
(MTC) to implement a new pricing policy for the San Francisco-Oakland Bay 
Bridge. The new pricing policy would consist of a surcharge of up to $1.00 for 
private automobiles currently paying a $1.00 toll and would allocate the revenues 
generated from this surcharge toward public transit incentives in the San 
Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge transportation corridor (Bay Bridge Corridor). The 
surcharge would not affect trucks or other commercial vehicles using the Bay 
Bridge. 

3. SB 2100 states that the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge and its 
approaches are congested during many hours of the day, while the San Francisco 
Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) District serves travelers using the same corridor 
as the Bay Bridge. 

4. This proposed bill would declare that: (a) the Bay Bridge Corridor is 
congested; (b) BART serves the same corridor; (c) the Bay Area is faced with 
severe air quality problems; and (d) new and innovative solutions are needed to 
meet the air quality goals and mobility needs of the Bay Area. 



Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

April 24, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

5. The proposed bill would authorize the MTC to impose up to a $1.00 toll 
surcharge for private automobiles after MTC develops and adopts a plan to 
implement a pricing policy to reduce such traffic on the Bay Bridge and to 
increase public transit ridership in the corridor. Such a plan must include: 

- a toll surcharge for private automobiles currently paying a $1.00 toll 
on the Bay Bridge. 

- provisions for combined feeder bus service with the San Francisco 
Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) District, including a transfer 
arrangement between buses and the District which will provide for a 
combined local bus and District trip priced at the base District fare. 

a two-for-one discount companion fare program for a person 
accompanying a paid ticketed passenger on the BART District transit 
system for trips during selected off-peak periods. 

- a plan to accelerate implementation of an automated toll collection 
system at the Bay Bridge. 

- a plan to expand the traffic operation system in the vicinity of the 
Bay Bridge. 

- a plan for the implementation of a high-speed water transit system, 
including bus feeder services. 

- other pricing policies deemed by the MTC to be necessary to meet 
the objectives of SB 2100. 

- a financial plan for the expenditure of revenues from the proposed 
toll surcharge. 

6. The revenue generated from the proposed surcharge will also be used to 
implement the electronic toll collection system and eliminate toll booths. 
However, there would be no change in the present system of toll-free use of the Bay 
Bridge for vehicles having three or more riders. 

7. SB 2100 is supported by the MTC, the Bay Area Air Quality Management 
District and the Bay Area Council. 

Recommendation 

Approval of the proposed resolution is a policy matter for the Board of 
Supervisors. 



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BUDOLT ANALYST 



Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

April 24, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

Item 6 - File 89-90-3 

1. The proposed resolution would authorize employees in various 
classifications to enroll in the State Disability Insurance (SDI) Program. The cost 
of SDI coverage would be paid by the employees through normal payroll 
deductions. The proposed legislation would not involve significant cost to the City 
as the Controller's payroll/personnel system is programmed to include this 
deduction. 

2. SDI pays disability benefits to employees who suffer a non-industrial 
injury or illness. SDI-eligible employees have been paying into the SDI system 
since July 1, 1981. Currently, the payroll deduction is 0.9% of the first $25,149 of 
gross salary for each employee (maximum of $226.34 annually). While SDI 
coverage is mandatory for all employees within bargaining units enrolled in the 
SDI program, it is not mandatory that employee classifications which are not 
represented by a bargaining unit be included in the SDI program unless a 
majority of employees within the classification requests coverage. 

3. The following classifications which are not represented by a bargaining 
unit would be authorized to enroll in the State Disability Program under this 
proposed ordinance. 

Position Classification No. of Employees 

1958 Supervising Purchaser 1 

0646 Assistant Director - Probate 1 

4. The Employee Relations Division (ERD) reports that it has received 
letters requesting coverage signed by the Supervising Purchaser and the 
Assistant Director - Probate. 

Recommendation 

Approve the proposed resolution. 



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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

April 24, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

Item 7 - File 89-90-4 

1. The proposed resolution would authorize employees in various 
classifications to enroll in the State Disability Insurance (SDI) Program. The cost 
of SDI coverage would be paid by the employees through normal payroll 
deductions. The proposed legislation would not involve significant cost to the City 
as the Controller's payroll/personnel system is programmed to include this 
deduction. 

2. SDI pays disability benefits to employees who suffer a non-industrial 
injury or illness. SDI-eligible employees have been paying into the SDI system 
since July 1, 1981. Currently, the payroll deduction is 0.9% of the first $25,149 of 
gross salary for each employee (maximum of $226.34 annually). While SDI 
coverage is mandatory for all employees within bargaining units enrolled in the 
SDI program, it is not mandatory that employee classifications which are not 
represented by a bargaining unit be included in the SDI program unless a 
majority of employees within the classification requests coverage. 

3. The following classifications which are not represented by a bargaining 
unit would be authorized to enroll in the State Disability Program under this 
proposed ordinance. 

Position Classification No. of Employees 

1336 Assistant to the General Manager, 1 

Public Service (Recreation and 
Park Department) 

4. The Employee Relations Division (ERD) reports that it has received a 
letter requesting coverage signed by the Assistant to the General Manager, Public 
Service (Recreation and Park Department). 

Recommendation 

Approve the proposed resolution. 



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BUDGFrr ANALYST 



Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

April 24, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

Item 9 - File 105-89-2 

1. The proposed ordinance would fix and determine rates of compensation for 
Police Officers and Firefighters for 1989-90, pursuant to Charter Section 8.405 as 
amended in accordance with Proposition I. The proposed ordinance would also 
repeal Ordinance 299-89 which established the current 1989-90 rates of compensation 
for Police Officers and Firefighters. 

2. Charter Section 8.405 provides for the Civil Service staff to survey rates of 
compensation paid to Police Officers and Firefighters in all California cities of at 
least 350,000 population. For 1989-90, the Cities of Long Beach, Los Angeles, San 
Diego and San Jose were surveyed. Charter Section 8.405 previously required rates of 
pay to be set based on salary rates of other jurisdictions adopted by August 25 of the 
fiscal year. Therefore, if a surveyed city adopted a higher rate subsequent to August 
25, it was not reflected in San Francisco's salary rates. 

3. Proposition I, adopted by the voters on November 4, 1986, amended Charter 
Section 8.405 to permit additional salary adjustments after August 25 of each fiscal 
year should any surveyed city adopt higher rates after that date. Charter Section 
8.405, as amended, also provides for such increases to be retroactive to the effective 
date of the surveyed city's action and/or July 1 of the current fiscal year, whichever 
date is later. To date, two adjustments have already been approved for the Police 
Officer and Firefighters salaries during fiscal year 1989-90 (File 105-90-1). These 
increases were based on the City of San Jose's adjustments in July, 1989 and again in 
January, 1990. 

4. The proposed Salary Standardization Ordinance would reflect adjustments 
based on a five percent increase adopted by the City of Long Beach after August 25, 
1989, and would be retroactive to July 1, 1989, the effective date of the City of Long 
Beach's salary increases. The City of San Diego also granted a salary increase of two 
percent effective January 1, 1990, which necessitates an additional corresponding 
adjustment to San Francisco's salaries effective January 1, 1990. A recapitulation of 
salary increases for fiscal year 1989-90 as compared with fiscal year 1988-89 based on 
the top step biweekly salary for a Q2 Police Officer and H2 Firefighter is as follows: 



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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

April 24, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 



1988-89 


Initial 
1989-90 
Rates 


Current 
Rates* 


Proposed 
Rates** 


$1,445 


$1,572 


$1,591 


$1,611 


37,715 


40,872 


41,366 


41,886 


. 


8.37% 


9.68% 


11.05% 



Q2 Police Officer 
H2 Firefighter 

Top Step Biweekly Salary 

Top Step Annual Salary 

% Increase from 1988-89 

* Based on the current salary rates effective after the two rate adjustments 
from the City of San Jose. 

** Based on the proposed salary rates effective after the July, 1989 five percent 
rate increase in the City of Long Beach and the January, 1990 two percent rate 
increase in the City of San Diego. 

5. A comparison of the initial, current and proposed annualized 1989-90 
salaries is as follows: 





1989-90 


1989-90 


1989-90 




Initial Sal 


aries 


Current Salaries 


ProDOsed Salaries 


Police Service 


Biweeklv 


Annual 


Biweeklv 


Annual 


Biweeklv 


Annual 


0390 Chief of Police 


$4,229 


$109,954 


$4,281 


$111^06 


$4334 


$112,684 


0400 Deputy Chief 


3,558 


92,508 


3,602 


93,652 


3,646 


94,796 


0488 Commander 


2,891 


75,166 


2,927 


76,102 


2,963 


77,038 


0460 Secretary, Police 














Commission 


2,083 


54,158 


2,109 


54,834 


2,135 


55310 


0380 Inspector 


1,823 


47398 


1,845 


47370 


1,868 


48368 


0520 Police Surgeon 


1,572 


40,872 


1,591 


41366 


1,611 


41,886 


Q80 Captain 


2,446 


63,596 


2,476 


64376 


2,506 


65,156 


Q63 Criminologist 


2,446 


63,596 


2,476 


64376 


2,506 


65,156 


Q60 Lieutenant 


2,083 


54,158 


2,109 


54334 


2,135 


55,510 


Q50 Sergeant 


1,823 


47398 


1,845 


47370 


1,868 


48368 


Q35 Assistant 


1,686 


43336 


1,707 


44382 


1,729 


44,954 


Inspector 
















to 1,823 


to 47,398 


to 1,845 


to 47,970 


to 1,868 


to 48,568 


Q2 Police Officer 


1,358 


35308 


1^75 


35,750 


1,387 


36,062 




to 1,572 


to 40,872 


to 1,591 


to41366 


to 1,611 


to 41,886 


Q20 Policewoman 


1,358 


35308 


1375 


35,750 


1,392 


36,192 




to 1,572 


to 40,872 


to 1,591 


to41366 


to 1,611 


to 41,886 



Members assigned to the two- wheel motorcycle traffic duty receive $106 biweekly as of 
July 1, 1989 and $107 biweekly as of January 1, 1990 additional compensation. 



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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

April 24, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 





1989-9C 


1 


1989-90 


1989-90 




Initial Sal; 


iries 


Current Sal 


laries 


Proposed Salaries 


Fire Service 


Biweeklv 


Annual 


Biweeklv 


Annual 


Biweeklv 


Annual 


0140 Chief of Dept. 


$4,229 


$109,954 


$4381 


$111306 


$4334 


$112,684 


0145 Assistant Deputy 














Chief of Dept 


3,557 


92,482 


3,601 


93,626 


3,645 


94,770 


0150 Deputy Chief of 














Dept. 


3,558 


92,508 


3,602 


93,652 


3,646 


94,796 


0155 Secretary to 














Chief of Department 


2,799 


72,774 


2,834 


73,684 


2,869 


74,594 


H51 Assistant Deputy 














Chief II 


2,892 


75,192 


2,928 


76,128 


2,964 


77,064 


H50 Assistant Chief 














of Department 


2,891 


75,166 


2,927 


76,102 


2,963 


77,038 


H40 Battalion Chief 


2,500 


65,000 


2,532 


65,832 


2,563 


66,638 


H39 Captain, Divi- 














sion of Training 


2,083 


54,158 


2,531 


65,806 


2,562 


66,612 


H30 Captain 


2,083 


54,158 


2,109 


54,834 


2,135 


55310 


H29 Special Svcs. 


2,082 


54,132 


2,108 


54,808 


2,134 


55,484 


Officer 














H28 Lieutenant 














Division of Training 


2,082 


54,132 


2,108 


54,808 


2,134 


55,484 


H20 Lieutenant 


1,823 


47,398 


1,845 


47,970 


1,868 


48,568 


H19 Airport Training 














Officer 


1,822 


47372 


1,844 


47,944 


1,867 


48,542 


H18 Coordinator of 














Community 


1,822 


47^72 


1,844 


47,944 


1,867 


48342 


Services 














H17 Medical Coord. 


1,822 


47372 


1,844 


47,944 


1,867 


48342 


H 16 Medical 


1,822 


47372 


1,844 


47,944 


1,867 


48,542 


Training Assistant 














H10 Chiefs Operator 


L711 


44,486 


1,732 


45,032 


1,753 


45378 


H32 Captain, Bureau 














of Fire Prevention 














and Public Safety 


2,354 


61,204 


2383 


61,958 


2,412 


62,712 


H22 Lieutenant, 














Bureau of Fire 














Prevention and 














Public Safety 


2,060 


53360 


2,085 


54310 


2,111 


54,886 


H24 Lieutenant, 














Bureau of Fire 














Investigation 


2,060 


53360 


2,085 


54310 


2,111 


54JB86 


H6 Investigator, of 


1,882 


48332 


1,905 


49330 


1,928 


50,128 



Fire Investigation 



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BUDGFrr ANALYST 



Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

April 24, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 





1989-9C 


1 


1989-90 


1989-90 




Initial Salaries 


Current Sa 


laries 


Proposed Salaries 


Fire Service 


Biweeklv 


Annual 


Biweeklv 


Annual 


Biweeklv 


Annual 


H4 Inspector, Bureau 














of Fire Prevention 














and Public Safety 


$1,882 


$48,932 


$1,905 


$49,530 


$1,928 


$50,128 


H2 Firefighter 


1,358 


35,308 


1,375 


35,750 


1,392 


36,192 




to 1,572 


to 40,872 


to 1,591 


to 41,366 


to 1,611 


to 41,886 


H110 Marine 














Engineer 














of Fireboats 


2,083 


54,158 


2,109 


54,834 


2,135 


55,510 


H120 Pilot of Fireboat 


2,083 


54,158 


2,109 


54,834 


2,135 


55,510 


Ommpntff 















1. The current and proposed salaries indicated in the above charts reflect the 
rate increases effective as of January 1, 1990. As a result, the actual annualized 
rates for fiscal year 1989-90 are slightly lower. For example, as shown above, 
although the proposed top step biweekly salary for the Q2 Police Officer and H2 
Firefighter represents an 11.05 percent increase in comparison with the 1988-89 
rates, the proposed annualized rate represents a 10.64 percent increase. 

2. According to preliminary estimates prepared by the Controller's Office, the 
additional 1989-90 rates proposed for the Police and Fire Departments would result in 
an additional total cost to the General Fund for 1989-90 of $2,802,689 for both the Police 
and Fire Departments (including fringe benefits). Total costs, including Airport and 
Port funds, would amount to an estimated $2,880,413 for 1989-90. The Controller's 
Office reports that these preliminary estimates may be subject to revision. The prior 
adjustments from the City of San Jose rate increases resulted in total additional costs 
to the City of $2,809,103, including $2,733,258 of additional General Fund costs in 
fiscal year 1989-90. 

3. The 1989-90 budget initially reserved $46,000,000 to fund the additional salary 
standardization costs (including related fringe benefits) for uniform Police and Fire 
employees and Nurses and MUNI Platform employees. The Controller's Office 
reports that the remaining balance of this reserve is $2,010,000. Mr. Dave Fong of the 
Controller's Office reports that the additional $870,413 of costs needed to fund the 
proposed rate increases for the Fire and Police Officers will be taken from any legally 
available source of funds. According to Section 10.4 of the Annual Appropriation 
Ordinance, the Controller is authorized to transfer the necessary funds from any 
legally available funds to cover the costs of the proposed ordinance. 

Becommendatifln 

Approve the proposed ordinance. 



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BUDGET ANALYST 



Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

April 24, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 



Item 10 



File 155-90-1 



Departments: 

Item: 

Source of Funds: 

Description: 



Comments: 



Mayor's Criminal Justice Council 
Controller 

Ordinance authorizing the payment of rewards 

General Fund (General City Responsibilities, Judgements 
and Claims) 

The proposed ordinance would authorize the payment of 
rewards totalling $10,000 to three witnesses who provided 
information and gave testimony leading to the arrest and 
conviction of the person responsible for the murders of Gary 
A. Smith and David Rung in December of 1987. 

The proposed ordinance would authorize the Controller to 
draft warrants payable to the following individuals. 



Recipient 

Ellrie Von Shopp 
James Washington 
Patricia Harris 
Total 



Amount of Rewards 

$3,333 
3,333 
3.334 



$10,000 



1. Pursuant to Section 10.177-1 of the Administrative Code, 
the Mayor is authorized to pay rewards, subject to 
appropriation by the Board of Supervisors, not to exceed 
$100,000 for information leading to the identity, 
apprehension and conviction of any person whose 
intentional misconduct results in injury or death to any 
person, or who intentionally damages, destroys or steals 
property. Any claim for a reward must be recommended by 
the Mayor and approved by the Board of Supervisors. 

2. At the requests of the Chief of Police, the Board of 
Supervisors and the Community United Against Violence, 
(a nonprofit agency), on January 16, 1987, the Mayor on 
behalf of the City, offered a $10,000 reward for information 
leading to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible 
for the murders of Gary A. Smith and David Rung. 



Recommendation: Approve the proposed ordinance. 



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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

April 24, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

Item 11 - File 212-90-1 

This item is a hearing to consider how the City approaches the prosecution 
and settlement of litigation involving City employees, who, while on duty, are 
injured by third parties. 

According to Mr. Dan Maguire of the City Attorney's Office, if a City 
employee is injured on the job and it is the fault of a third party, the City has the 
right to attempt to recover damages and City workers compensation claims. The 
City can make claims against the insurance companies, place liens on lawsuits 
and/or attempt to recover monies paid to City employees. Mr. Maguire reports 
that during the past five fiscal years, the City has recovered the following 
amounts through the prosecution or settlement of litigation involving these third 
party claims: 

Fiscal Year Amount 

1984-85 $300,000 

1985-86 357,000 

1986-87 335,000 

1987-88 1,027,000 

1988-89 961,000 

The amounts shown above do not include any of the credits toward workers 
compensation claims that the City may receive from individual employees. The 
City Attorney's Office reports that they are currently working on how to determine 
the cash value of these workers compensation credits. 

According to Mr. Maguire, a memo is being prepared by the City Attorney's 
Office for the members of the Administration and Oversight Committee to further 
explain how the City approaches the prosecution and settlement of these third 
party claims and the factors that are evaluated in examining these cases. Mr. 
Maguire reports that he will attend the April 24, 1990 Administration and 
Oversight Committee meeting to discuss these issues and to respond to the 
Committee's questions. 



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cc: President Britt Supervisor Nelder 

Supervisor Hallinan Supervisor Walker 

Supervisor Hsieh Supervisor Ward 

Supervisor Alioto Clerk of the Board 

Supervisor Gonzalez Chief Administrative Officer 

Supervisor Hongisto Controller 

Supervisor Kennedy Carol Wilkins 

Supervisor Maher Ted Lakey 

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CALENDAR 

MEETING OF 

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TUESDAY. APRIL 24, 1990 - 2:00 P.M. ROOM 228. CITY HALL 

PRESENT: SUPERVISORS BR ITT. HALLINAN. HSIEH 
CLERK: KAY GULBENGAY 



File 92-90-3 . Consideration of appointment of member. Animal 
Control and Welfare Commission, vice Raymond L. Deiter. DVM, 
resigned, for the unexpired portion of a two-year term ending 
April 30. 1990. (Clerk of the Board) 

Applicant: Ken Gorczyca, DVM 

ACTION: Filed. 



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File 92-90-11 . Consideration of appointment of members to the 
Animal Control and Welfare Commission vice Ronald Lippert. 
Raymond L. Dieter. (DVM) and Dolores Donovan, terms expiring 
April 30. 1990. for the two-year term ending April 30. 1992. 
(Cleric of the Board) 

Applicants: Dolores Donovan 
Ronald Lippert 
Ken Gorczyca, DVM 

ACTION: Hearing held. Appointment of Ronald Lippert, vice 

himself; Dolores Donovan, vice herself; Ken Gorczyca, 
DVM vice Raymond L. Dieter recommended. Resolution 
prepared in and reported out of committee entitled: 
"Appointing members to the Animal Control and Welfare 
Commission." Recommended. 

File 92-89-15 . 1 . [Membership] Resolution approving amendment 
to the membership of the San Francisco Emergency Medical Care 
Committee by adding four new members and deleting two members. 
(Department of Public Health) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Amended on page 1 line 3 by replacing 
"and deleting two members" with "deleting one member, 
and amending one membership."; and on line 19 after 
"approve" by replacing "the" with "an"; and on line 
24 after "San Francisco" by deleting "and"; and on 
line 2S by deleting "each"; and further amended on 
line 2S after "and" by inserting "by providing that 
the membership filled by a member of the Commission 
on Aging may. in the alternative, be filled by a 
member of an agency or community service organization 
representing and/or serving the interests of senior 
citizens in San Francisco." 

New Title: "Approving amendment to the membership of 
the San Francisco Emergency Medical Care Committee by 
adding four new members, deleting one member, and 
amending one membership." Recommended as amended. 



4. File 92-89-54 [SFUSD] -- CAPDE Local Coordinating Committee] 
Resolution approving the Membership of the Local Coordinating 
Committee established by the County Superintendent of Schools 
to assist in developing and implementing a comprehensive 
alcohol and drug prevention education plan in San Francisco 
Public Schools. (Supervisor Britt) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Amended on page 2 line IB by adding 

"Katherine Chun. Prevention Coordinator, Asian Youth 
Substance Abuse Project." Recommended as amended. 

5. File 12-90-12 . [SB 2100 -- Bridge Tolls] Resolution 
supporting SB 2100 (Kopp). a Measure authorizing the 
Metropolitan Transportation Commission to impose a toll 
surcharge for certain vehicles using the San Francisco-Bay 
Bridge, and urging the Mayor to urge the legislature to pass SB 
2100. (Supervisor Britt) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Recommended. 

6. File 89-90-3 . [State Disability Insurance] Resolution 
authorizing enrollment of Classifications 1958 Supervising 
Purchaser and 0646 Assistant Director-Probate in the State 
Disability Insurance Program. (Office of the Mayor's 
Employment Relations Division) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Recommended. 

7. File 89-90-4 . [State Disability Insurance] Resolution 
authorizing enrollment of Classification 1336 Assistant to the 
General Manager, Public Service (Recreation and Park 
Department) in the State Disability Insurance Program. (Office 
of the Mayor '6 Employee Relations Division) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Recommended. 

8. File 93-90-8 . [Office of the Mayor's Employee Relations 
Division] Resolution ratifying Memorandum of Understanding 
with Automotive Machinists Union, Local 1305 Machinists 
Automotive Trades District No. 190 International Association of 
Machinist and Aerospace Workers. (Office of the Mayor's 
Employee Relations Division) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Recommended. 

9. File 105-89-2 . [Salaries and Wages] Ordinance fixing and 
determining rates of compensation to be paid Municipal Officers 
and employees, whose offices and positions are allocated to 
classes specified herein and compensation for which are subject 
to the provisions of Section 8.405 of thi6 Charter providing 
that said rates of compensation shall be effective beginning 
July 1. 1989 repealing Ordinance No. 299-89. (Civil Service 
Commission) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Recommended. 

10. File 155-90-1 . [Reward Authorization] Ordinance authorizing 
payment of reward to Ellrie Von Shopp. James Washington and 
Patricia Harris. (Police Department) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Recommended. 

11. File 212-90- 1 . Hearing to consider how the City approaches the 
prosecution and settlement of litigation involving City 
employees who. while duty, are injured by third parties. 
(Supervisor Hallinan) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Filed. 



CLOSED SESSION 



12. File 46-90-4 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of litigation of Arthur Gonzalez Hopkins V. Ruth 
Stone, et al. , upon receipt of the sum of $22,000.00 and 
dismissal of complaint. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

13. File 46-90-5 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of litigation of James P. Dunleavy v. Eugene Edmund 
Bossi, et al. upon receipt of the sum $7,500 and authorizing 
dismissal of complaint. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

14. File 46-90-6 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of litigation of San Francisco v. Bang Chu. Douglas 
Shin. Chu Bang Chi et al.. upon receipt of the sum of $12,500: 
and dismissal of complaint. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

15. File 46-90-7 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Resolution authorizing 
settlement of litigation of City and County of San Francisco 
against llene Tanner by accepting consideration in the amount 
of $111,000 and discharging llene Tanner from further 
liability. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 



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TO: Administration and Oversight Committee 

FROM: Budget Analyst 

SUBJECT: Salary Standardization for Police and Fire Based on Proposition I 
(Item 9 - File 105-89-2) 

At the April 24, 1990 Committee meeting, the Administration and 
Oversight Committee requested that the Budget Analyst provide the number of 
Deputy Chief and other high level positions in the Police and Fire Departments to 
be affected by the proposed legislation (File 105-89-2). In response to the Budget 
Analyst's inquiries, the Civil Service staff has provided the following information, 
based on the current Annual Salary Ordinance: 

Police Department 

Title Number of Positions 

0400 Deputy Chief 4 

0488 Commander 3 



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Fire Department 

Title Number of Positions 

0145 Assistant Deputy Chief 1 

150 Deputy Chief of Department 1 

H51 Assistant Deputy Chief II 1 

H50 Assistant Chief of Department 15 




[arvey M. Rose 



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Supervisor Hallinan 
Supervisor Hsieh 
Supervisor Alioto 
Supervisor Gonzalez 
Supervisor Hongisto 
Supervisor Kennedy 
Supervisor Maher 
Supervisor Nelder 
Supervisor Walker 
Supervisor Ward 
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FROM: - Budget Analyst 

SUBJECT: May 8, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee 



Item 4 - File 103-90-2 

Department: 

Item: 



Description: 



Civil Service Commission 

The proposed ordinance would fix, designate, enumerate 
and provide schedules of compensation for persons 
employed by the City and County of San Francisco, the San 
Francisco Community College District and the San 
Francisco Unified School District, whose compensations 
are subject to the provisions of Section 8.403 of the Charter. 
The proposed ordinance would also establish benefits, 
working schedules, conditions of employment and methods 
of payment, effective July 1, 1990. 

1. Charter Section 8.403 requires the Civil Service 
Commission to certify to the Board of Supervisors the 
highest prevailing maximum salary for acute care staff 
nurses in effect on April 15 in the public and private sectors 
in the counties of Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San 
Mateo, San Francisco and Santa Clara. The salaries paid 
to registered nurses by San Francisco may not exceed this 
maximum salary level. 



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May 8, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 



2. The maximum salary level for Registered Nurses 
certified by the Civil Service Commission effective April 15, 
1990 is $24.32 per hour paid by Stanford University Hospital, 
which represents approximately a seven percent salary 
increase for the Stanford University Nurses. The current 
three year agreement with the City's nurses covering fiscal 
year 1989-90 provides for a top step salary of $22.50 ($46,800 
annually). The maximum salary rate paid by Stanford 
University of $24.32 per hour ($50,586 annually), as certified 
by the Civil Service Commission, is $1.82 or approximately 
8.1 percent greater than the City's 1989-90 top step salary 
rate of $22.50 per hour. 

3. Charter Section 8.403 also permits the Board of 
Supervisors to provide additional conditions and benefits of 
employment, including health and dental benefits, 
comparable to those provided by the employer used for 
certification of the highest salary. As reported by the Civil 
Service Commission, the maximum contributions for 
Registered Nurses at Stanford University for health and 
dental benefits exceed maximum contributions for San 
Francisco Registered Nurses by $.50 per hour and $.07 per 
hour, respectively. 

4. The City and the Registered Nurses entered into an 
approximately three year (July, 1989 through April, 1992) 
Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). For 1989-90, the 
City's Registered Nurses maximum rate of pay was 
increased to 1.02 percent below the maximum rate of 
compensation paid to Registered Nurses at Stanford 
University Hospital. In accordance with the terms of this 
three-year contract between the Registered Nurses and the 
City, the rate of compensation for 1990-91 is proposed to be 
increased to 1.02 percent below the maximum rate of pay for 
Registered Nurses employed at Stanford University 
Hospital. The proposed 1990-91 maximum rate of pay for 
Registered Nurses in San Francisco is $24.08, 1.02 percent 
less than the $24.32 per hour maximum rate of pay for 
Registered Nurses at Stanford University Hospital. The 
proposed $24.08 rate of pay represents an approximate 
seven percent increase over the current $22.50 rate of pay. 



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May 8, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 



5. According to Mr. Ed Gazzano of the Department of 
Public Health, in accordance with the current MOU and 
included in the proposed ordinance, for 1990-91, 

- All of the Staff Nurses will receive a corresponding seven 
percent increase in salary. 

- 2328 Nurse Practitioners will receive an additional three 
percent salary adjustment, in addition to the seven percent 
increase. 

- A new step three will be added for Per Diem Nurses and 
all Per Diem Nurses will receive compensation at 25 
percent above the corresponding 2320 Registered Nurse 
classification pay rate. 

- Supervisory Nurses and Unrepresented Management 
Classifications will also receive the proposed seven percent 
salary increase, as well as an additional two percent salary 
adjustment, and a new step seven beyond the current step 
six will be added for all of these classifications. 

6. Mr. Gazzano reports further that per the current MOU, 
the proposed ordinance would also: 

- Increase nurses bilingual pay from $13 to $17.50 per week. 

- Increase standby pay from 50 percent to 75 percent of 
regular pay on holidays. 

- Add one floating holiday. 

- Increase from five to six days per year the amount of 
longevity leave without pay, after ten years of service. 

- Add orthodontia to dental insurance for Staff Nurses. 

7. It should be noted that one provision which is proposed 
in the subject ordinance, which was not included in the 
MOU between the City and the Nurses, pertains to the 2330 
Nurse Anesthetist classification. The proposed ordinance 
includes a 25 to 27 percent overall increase in pay rates for 
the five nurses in this classification. According to Mr. 
Gazzano, this increase in pay is being proposed now due to 
the significant shortage of personnel that has recently 
occurred in this classification. Mr. Gazzano reports that 
the Mayor's Office and the unions have approved this 
change. 



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May 8, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

Comments: According to Mr. John Madden of the Controller's Office, if 

the proposed ordinance is approved by the Board of 
Supervisors, these increases in salary rates and related 
benefits for nurses would cost the City approximately $7.3 
million annually. Mr. Madden reports that, if the proposed 
ordinance is approved, the increases will be included in the 
Mayor's 1990-91 budget. 

Recommendation: Approve the proposed ordinance. 



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May 8, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

Item 5 - File 165-90-1 



1. This item is a hearing to consider the April 1990 Budget Analyst report 
entitled "Review and Analysis of the Deputy Mayor Function in the Office of the 
Mayor." 

2. The Budget Analyst's report has been previously submitted to the Board 
of Supervisors. The Budget Analyst is prepared to summarize the report and he 
and his staff are available to respond to any questions which the Committee might 
have. 




Harvey M. Rose 



President Britt 
Supervisor Hallinan 
Supervisor Hsieh 
Supervisor Alioto 
Supervisor Gonzalez 
Supervisor Hongisto 
Supervisor Kennedy 
Supervisor Maher 
Supervisor Nelder 
Supervisor Walker 
Supervisor Ward 
Clerk of the Board 
Chief Administrative Officer 
Controller 
Carol Wilkins 
Ted Lakey 



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PRESENT: SUPERVISORS BRITT. HALLINAN. HSIEH 

ABSENT: SUPERVISOR BRITT - ITEMS 7. 8 . and 9 

CLERK: KAY GULBENGAY 



File 92-90-10 . Consideration of appointment of members to the 
Citizens Advisory Committee on Elections vice, Roger Cardenas. 
Richmond Young, and Brian Mavrogeorge. terms expiring May 16. 
1990, for the four-year term ending May IB, 1994. (Cleric of 
the Board) 



Appl icants : 



Brian Mavrogeorge 
Richmond Young 
Roger Cardenas 



ACTION: Hearing held. Appointment of Roger Cardenas, vice 
himself; Richmond Young, vice himself: and Brian 
Mavrogeorge, vice himself recommended. Resolution 
prepared in and reported out of committee entitled: 
"Appointing members to the Citizens Advisory 
Committee on Elections." Recommended. 

File 92-90-13 . Consideration of appointment of member to the 
Association of Bay Area Governments, vice Supervisor Nancy G. 
Walker, term expiring June 30. 1990. for the two-year term 
ending June 30, 1992. (Cleric of the Board) 

Applicant: Supervisor Nancy G. Walker 

ACTION: Hearing held. Appointment of Supervisor Nancy G. 
Walker, vice herself recommended. Resolution 
prepared in and reported out of committee entitled: 
"Appointing member to the Association of Bay Area of 
Governments Executive Board." Recommended. 

File 97-90-20 . [Officers for Justice/Commander l6iah Nelson 
Memorial Scholarship Fund] Ordinance amending Chapter 10 of 
the Administrative Code by amending Section 10.117-57 changing 
the name of the Officers for Justice Scholarship Fund to the 
Officers for Justice/Commander Isiah Nelson Memorial 
Scholarship Fund. (Supervisors Kennedy, Alioto. Britt, 
Gonzalez, Hsieh, Hallinan. Hongisto. Maher. Nelder, Walker, and 
Ward) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Recommended. 

File 103-90-2 . [Salary Standardization - Nurses] Ordinance 
fixing, designating, enumerating and providing schedules of 
compensation for persons employed by the City and County of San 
Francisco, the San Francisco Community College District, the 
San Francisco Unified School District, whose compensations are 
subject to the provisions of Section 8.403 of the Charter and 
establishing benefits, working schedules, and conditions of 
employment and methods of payment, effective July 1. 1990. 
(Civil Service Commission) 



ACTION: 



Hearing held. Recommended. 



File 165-90-1 . Hearing to consider the April 1990 Budget 
Analyst report entitled "Review and Analysis of the Deputy 
Mayor Function in the Office of the Mayor". (Supervisor Hsieh) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Resolution (as presented by Supervisor 
Hsieh) prepared in committee entitled: "Urging the 
Mayor to reduce the budget of the Mayor's Office by 
one million dollars through the elimination of staff 
positions." Tabled. (Supervisor Hsieh dissented.) 

File 97-90-19 . [Conflict of Interest Code] Amending 
Administration Code by adding thereto. Sections 58.120, 58.130, 
58.168. 58.175. 58.177. 58.210. 58.215, 58.220, 58.250. 58.252. 
58.267. 58.272. 58.357. 58.375. 58.380. 58.382 and 58.383. 
approving Conflicts of Interest Codes for the Animal Control 
Department. Art Commission, Civil Grand Jury. Commission on the 
Status of Women. San Francisco Community College District. Fine 
Arts Museums. Fire Department. Housing Authority. Juvenile 
Probation Commission, Landmarks Preservation Advisory Board. 
Office of Citizen Complaints. Parking and Traffic Commission. 
Relocation Appeals Board. San Francisco County Transportation 
Authority, Sheriff, Private Industry Council and San Francisco 
Unified School District, and amending Sections 58.145 (Board of 
Supervisors), 58.165 (City Attorney). 58.155 (Chief 
Administrative Officer). 58.280 (Planning Department), 58.365 
(Residential Rent Stabilization and Arbitration Board). 58.345 
(Recreation and Park Department). 58.370 (Retirement System). 
58.390 (Treasurer-Tax Collector), 58.500 (Court Positions). 
58.210 (Board of Permit Appeals), and 58.600 (Positions 
Designated by State - Filing Official) of the Conflict of 
Interest Code of the City and County of San Francisco. (City 
Attorney) . 

ACTION: Hearing held. Amendment of the whole (as presented 
in committee) adopted. Bearing same title. 
Recommended . 



CLOSED SESSION 



File 45-90-12 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of litigation of Carolyn Broadwell against the City 
and County by payment of $6,500. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

File 45-90-13 . [Settlement of Litigation] Ordinance 
authorizing settlement of litigation of Stephen Barone against 
the City and County of San Francisco by payment of $6,250. 
(City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

File 48-90-7 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of claim arising out of U.S.A. v. C.C.S.F., et al; 
Davis et al v. C.C.S.F.. Nos. C84-7089 MHP and C84-1100 MHP 
(Consolidated) by payment of $40,000. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 



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PRESENT: SUPERVISORS BR1TT. HALLINAN. HSIEH 
CLERK: KAY GULBENGAY 

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File 45-90-14 . [Settlement of Litigation] Ordinance 
authorizing settlement of litigation of Mike Crowley against 
the City and County of San Francisco by payment of $10,000. 
(City Attorney) 



ACTION: 



Continued to 6/12/90 meeting, 



File 45-90-15 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of litigation of Richard & Patricia Burke against 
the City and County of San Francisco by payment of $7,500. 
(City Attorney) . 



ACTION: 



Recommended . 



File 45-90-16 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of litigation against the City and County of San 
Francisco by paying $20,650 in attorney fees to counsel of 
Allen Smith and Jan Francisco. (City Attorney) 



ACTION: 



Recommended . 



File 48-90-8 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of claim arising out of U.S.A. v. C.C.S.F.. et al., 
Davis, et al. v. C.C.S.F.. Nos. C84-7089 MHP and C84-1100 MHP 
(Consolidated) by payment of $10,000. (City Attorney). 



ACT I ON : 



Recommended 



File 48-90-9 . [Settlement of Claim] Resolution approving the 
settlement of the unlitigated claim of Henry Li by payment of 
$10,124. (City Attorney) 



ACTION 



Continued to 6/12/90 meeting 



File 48-90-10 . [Settlement of Claim] Resolution authorizing 
the settlement of the unlitigated claim of Rodolfo Melara by 
payment of $12,500. (City Attorney) 



ACTION 



Continued to 6/12/90 meeting 



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FROM: Budget Analyst 

SUBJECT: May 29, 1990 Special Administration and Oversight Committee 

Meeting 

Items 1. 2. 3 - Files 97-90-23. 97-90-24 and 101-89-141 

Departments: Controller 

Treasurer 
Transportation Authority 

Items: File 97-90-23 - The proposed draft ordinance would 

amend Part I, Chapter 16 of the Administrative Code by 
adding Section 16.9-30 authorizing Officers of the City 
and County of San Francisco to agree to provide services 
to the San Francisco County Transportation Authority 
and enter into hold harmless agreements with the 
Authority. 

File 97-90-24 - The proposed draft ordinance would 
amend Part I, Chapter 10, Section 10.170 of the 
Administrative Code to exclude from these provisions 
the application to obtain funds from the San Francisco 
County Transportation Authority. 

File 101-89-104 - The proposed draft ordinance would 
amend the administrative provisions of the Annual 
Appropriation Ordinance for the fiscal year ending June 
30, 1990 to add Section 30 to authorize the Controller to 
advance funds to the San Francisco County 
Transportation Authority and to recover from the 
Transportation Authority interest foregone to the City. 



Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

May 29, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

Description: The creation of the Transportation Authority and the 

adoption of the additional 1/2 cent sales tax was approved 
by the voters in November, 1989. Collection of the 
additional 1/2 cent sales tax was begun on April 1, 1990. 
According to Mr. John Madden of the Controller's 
Office, sales tax revenues are collected by the State and 
remitted to the City Controller approximately 15 to 20 
days after the close of each month. Mr. Madden reports 
that based on estimated projections, the City will be 
receiving approximately $3.67 million of additional 
revenue each month from the 1/2 cent sales tax for the 
Transportation Authority purposes. 

At the March 19, 1990 Transportation Authority 
meeting, the Authority requested that the Controller and 
the Treasurer work with the City Attorney to draft 
legislation responding to the administrative needs of the 
Authority. In response to this request, the three 
proposed ordinances were prepared. 

Two of the three proposed ordinances are administrative 
amendments to the City's Administrative Code and one 
amends the administrative provisions of the Annual 
Appropriation Ordinance. These amendments will 
enable the newly formed San Francisco County 
Transportation Authority (Authority) to function more 
efficiently by using existing City services, such as 
investments, avoid duplication of approvals by the Board 
of Supervisors and the Authority and permit the 
Authority to receive immediate cash advances of funds. 
The Board of Supervisors has been established as the 
San Francisco County Transportation Authority. 

Specifically, one of the proposed ordinances (File 97-90- 
23) would authorize officers of the City to negotiate and 
enter into agreements for services with the Authority. 
This ordinance does not identify specific City officers, 
departments or services, but rather applies generally to 
all City officers and services. The proposed ordinance 
also requires that the City officers enter into hold 
harmless agreements with the Authority to prevent the 
City and/or the Authority from being held liable for 
claims against the other party. 



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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

May 29, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 



The second proposed ordinance (File 97-90-24) would 
amend Section 10.170 of the Administrative Code, 
concerning Limitations Upon Application for or Receipt 
of Grant. Under the current Section 10.170 procedures, 
applications by any City officer, board or commission for 
federal, state or other grants must receive 
recommendation of the Mayor and approval by the Board 
of Supervisors. However, because the Authority will be 
soliciting grant applications for specific projects, and 
will therefore be approving the allocation of funds for 
such specific purposes, approval of this same action by 
the Board of Supervisors (which has the same members 
as the Authority) would be duplicative and lengthen the 
administrative processing of the grant funds. The 
proposed ordinance therefore excludes the necessity for 
the Board of Supervisors approval for grant funds 
requested by departments from the Authority from the 
provisions of Section 10.170 of the Administrative Code. 

The third proposed ordinance (File 101-89-141) would 
amend the Annual Appropriations Ordinance to add a 
new Section 30. This new Section would permit the 
Controller to advance administrative and project funds 
to the Authority when the Authority requests such 
funds. As specified in the proposed ordinance, the 
Controller would recover the amount of the advanced 
funds, including the loss of interest income to the 
General Fund, from the proceeds of the transactions and 
use tax, as set forth in Article 14 of Part III of the City's 
Municipal Code. The Authority's project funds must be 
specified in the City and County of San Francisco's 
Transportation Expenditure Plan. The basis for 
determining the loss of interest to the General Fund 
would be the monthly rate of return earned by the 
Treasurer on general City-pooled cash funds during the 
periods covered by the advance. 

Comments: 1. To accompany the proposed ordinance concerning the 

authorization for City officers to enter into agreements 
for the provision of services (File 97-90-23), the City 
Attorney has drafted a proposed agreement between the 
Authority and the City, specifying the Controller and the 
Treasurer, and describing the services to be performed 
by these two officers. This agreement does not require 
approval of the Board of Supervisors. According to the 
City Attorney's Office, the ordinance was drafted to 
generally apply to all City officers and the proposed 
agreement specifically identifies the City officers and the 

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May 29, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

services that would be provided. The proposed 
agreement can be amended in the future to include 
additional City officers and services needed by the 
Authority as required. 

2. An Appendix to the agreement, identifying the 
specific services that the City Controller and Treasurer 
would provide to the Authority, is included as an 
attachment. As specified in the agreement, costs for the 
services provided by the Controller and Treasurer would 
be charged to the Authority based on the County Wide 
Cost Allocation Plan, including the costs for salaries 
and wages, supervision, planning, overhead, rental cost 
for equipment and space, supplies and additional 
expenses related to the performance of services for the 
Authority. The proposed agreement also specifies that 
City officers will remain City employees and will not be 
entitled to any of the benefits of Authority employees and 
includes a reciprocal hold harmless provision by both 
the Authority and the City. 

3. To be approved, the proposed agreement would 
require the signatures of the Controller, Treasurer, City 
Attorney and the Chairperson of the Authority. 
According to Ms. Angela Karikas of the City Attorney's 
Office, unless the Chairperson is delegated by the 
Authority to enter into such agreements for services, a 
resolution would need to be approved by the Authority 
authorizing the approval of such an agreement. As 
currently proposed, the Board of Supervisors would not 
need to approve such agreements. 

4. Although the proposed agreement is not specifically 
before the Board of Supervisors for approval, it should be 
noted that only two specific departments are currently 
proposed to be included - the Controller and the 
Treasurer. Although the Budget Analyst acknowledges 
the immediate need for the services of the Controller and 
the Treasurer, the Budget Analyst also notes that there 
are other City departments' services that the Authority 
will need in the immediate future, for which the 
Authority's sales tax revenues rather than the General 
Fund should be used to fund these services. For 
example, the City Attorney's Office has provided and 
will continue to provide legal services to the Authority. 
In addition, to purchase furniture, equipment and 
materials and supplies for the Authority, the services of 
the Purchaser's Office may be necessary. 



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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

May 29, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

5. The proposed ordinance to amend the Annual 
Appropriation Ordinance to enable the Authority to 
receive advance cash funds is similar to Section 29 of the 
Annual Appropriation Ordinance. Section 29 provides 
that the Controller can provide cash advances for 
General Obligation or lease revenue bond issues and, 
when the proceeds become available, collect the funds 
that were advanced as well as the foregone interest 
earnings to the General Fund. 



Recommendations: 



Approve the proposed ordinances. 

Although the specific agreement is not before the Board 
of Supervisors for approval, the Transportation 
Authority should consider amending the proposed 
agreement to include those City departments that may 
be needed in the immediate future, such as the City 
Attorney and Purchasing Departments. 




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Supervisor Hallinan 
Supervisor Hsieh 
Supervisor Alioto 
Supervisor Gonzalez 
Supervisor Hongisto 
Supervisor Kennedy 
Supervisor Maher 
Supervisor Nelder 
Supervisor Walker 
Supervisor Ward 
Clerk of the Board 
Chief Administrative Officer 
Controller 
Carol Wilkins 
Ted Lakey 



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APPENDIX A 



CITY shall provide services to AUTHORITY including but not 
limited to the following: 

1. Controller 

a. The Controller shall be the auditor and chief 
accounting officer of the Authority, and shall 
exercise general supervision over the accounts of 
all officers and employees of the AUTHORITY charged 
in any manner with the receipt, collection or 
disbursement of Authority funds, in their capacity 
as AUTHORITY officials or employees. The Controller 
shall have the power and duty of prescribing the 
method of installing, keeping and rendering accounts 
of and the financial reports to be rendered by the 
officers and employees of the AUTHORITY. The 
Controller shall keep accounts showing the financial 
transactions of the AUTHORITY. 

b. At intervals requested by the AUTHORITY, the 
Controller shall prepare and submit a financial 
report to the Authority including ending balance, 
receipts and expenditures, inter-fund transfers 
(account and amounts), and interest posted by the 
Treasurer . 

2. Treasurer 

a. The Treasurer shall receive and keep safely all 
money and securities belonging to the AUTHORITY and 
provide all necessary banking services to that end. 
The Treasurer shall employ all practices and 
procedures necessary to safekeep the Authority's 
funds, which shall include keeping an account of 
the receipt and disbursement of all AUTHORITY money 
received or paid out by him or her. 

b. The Treasurer shall be responsible for investing 
and reinvesting AUTHORITY money and is authorized 
to include such funds in the City and County of San 
Francisco's Pooled Fund Investment. 

c. The Treasurer shall provide the AUTHORITY with its 
annual report on the City's investment portfolio 
which shall include all AUTHORITY money invested by 
the Treasurer. 



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File 97-90-23 



[Transportation Authority Services] Draft 



ordinance amending Part I. Chapter 16 of the San Francisco 
Administrative Code by adding Section 16.9-30 authorizing 
officers of the City and County of San Francisco to agree 
to provide services to the San Francisco County 
Transportation Authority and enter into hold harmless 
agreements with the Authority. (Supervisor Britt) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Ordinance (as presented in 

committee) entitled: "Ordinance amending Part 
I. Chapter 16 of the San Francisco 
Administrative Code by adding Section 16.9-30 
authorizing officers of the City and County of 
San Francisco to agree to provide services to 
the San Francisco County Transportation 
Authority and enter into hold harmless 
agreements with the Authority." Recommended to 
Board 5/29/90 as committee report. 



File 97-90-24 . [Grant Application] Draft ordinance 
amending Part I, Chapter 10 of the San Francisco 
Administrative Code Section 10.170 thereof, to exclude the 
application for funds from the San Francisco County 
Transportation Authority from the provisions of Section 
10.170. (Supervisor Britt) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Ordinance (as presented in 

committee) entitled: "Ordinance amending Part 
I. Chapter 10 of the San Francisco 
Administrative Code Section 10.170 thereof, to 
exclude the application for funds from the San 
Francisco County Transportation Authority from 
the provisions of Section 10.170." Recommended 
to Board 5/29/90 as committee report. 



File 101-89-141 . [Transportation Authority Advance] 
Draft ordinance amending the administrative provisions. of 
the Annual Appropriation Ordinance for the Fiscal Year 
ending June 30. 1990 to add Section 30 thereto to 
authorize the Controller to advance funds to the San 
Francisco County Transportation Authority and to recover 
interest forgone by the City. (Supervisor Britt) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Ordinance (as presented in 

committee) entitled: "Ordinance amending the 
administrative provisions of the Annual 
Appropriation Ordinance for the Fiscal Year 
ending June 30. 1990 to add Section 30 thereto 
to authorize the Controller to advance funds to 
the San Francisco County Transportation 
Authority and to recover interest forgone by the 
City." Recommended to Board 5/29/90 as 
committee report. 



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FROM: Budget Analyst 

SUBJECT: June 12, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting. 

Item 1 - File 112-90-1 

1. The proposed resolution would designate the San Francisco Examiner 
and San Francisco Independent to be the official newspapers of the City and 
County of San Francisco, for the period July 1, 1990 through June 30, 1991, for the 
two specified categories of official advertising. 

2. The two specified categories (Item 1 and Item 2) of official advertising 
are set forth in Administrative Code Section 2.81 as follows: 

Item I: The publication of all official advertising of the City and County which 
is required by law to be published on two or more consecutive days, and 
all official one-time advertising of the City and County which is 
required to be published in accordance with the provisions of Sections 
2.200 or 2.201 of the Charter for special meetings of the Board of 
Supervisors and its standing or special committees. 

Item II: The publication of all official advertising of the City and County, which 
is required by law to be published one time, other than the provisions of 
Sections 2.200 or 2.201 of the Charter as they relate to special meetings 
of the Board of Supervisors and its standing or special committors; and 
all official advertising of the City and County which is required by law 
to be published more than one time, but not more than three times a 
week for a specified number of weeks. 

The Purchaser has selected the San Francisco Examiner, which submitted 
the low bid of $2.54 per line on weekdays and $4.13 on Sundays for Item 1, and the 
San Francisco Independent, which submitted the low bid of $2.30 per line for 



Memo to Administration and Oversight 
June 12, 990 

three days per week for Item II. The San Francisco Chronicle was the only other 
bidder for Item I. The San Francisco Examiner was the only other bidder for 
Item II since the San Francisco Chronicle withdrew its bid for Item II. 



Comments 

1. The San Francisco Examiner is a daily publication with an approximate 
circulation of 1,522,726 total per week. The San Francisco Independent has a 
thrice weekly circulation of 381,700 total per week. 

2. For Item I, the 1990-91 low bids from the San Francisco Examiner of 
$2.54 and $4.13 represent a 3.3 percent to 5.9 percent increase over the FY 1989-90 
bid of $2.46 and $3.90 per line for weekdays and Sundays, respectively. For Item 
II, the 1990-91 low bid from the San Francisco Independent of $2.30 represents a 
6.5 percent decrease over the FY 1989-90 bid of $2.46. 

3. The Mayor's recommended FY 1990-91 budget includes approximately 
$730,000 for advertising for the City's official advertising. 

Recommendation 

Approve the proposed resolution. 



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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 
June 12, 1990 

Items 4 and 5 - Files 154-89-3 and 154-89-3.1 

Note: These items were continued at the February 20, 1990 
Governmental Operations Committee Meeting to allow for meet 
and confer sessions. 

1. The proposed ordinance (File 154-89-3.1) would authorize an 
amendment of the agreement between the California State Public Employees' 
Retirement System (PERS) and the City which would provide for Probation 
Officers and Juvenile Hall Counselors to transfer from the City Employees' 
Retirement System to PERS. The proposed resolution (File 154-89-3) would 
declare the Board of Supervisors intent to approve such an amendment. 

2. San Francisco Charter Section 8.506-2 provides that Probation 
Officers, Airport Police Officers, District Attorney and Public Defender 
Investigators, Coroner Investigators, Juvenile Court Counselors and 
Institutional Police shall be members of PERS. Section 8.506-2 also provides 
that such membership shall result in no net increase in cost to the City. The 
Airport Police Officers, District Attorney Investigators and Institutional Police 
have already transferred to PERS at no net increase in cost to the City. 

3. The 1989-90 budget includes the following Probation Officer and 
Juvenile Hall Counselor positions that would transfer to PERS: 

Top Step 
Number Classification Annual Salary 



16 8316 Assistant Counselor $24,622 

7 8318 Counselor II 34,892 
52 8320 Counselor, Juvenile Hall 31,720 
13 8321 Counselor, Boys' Ranch School 34,060 

9 8322 Senior Counselor, Juvenile Hall 38,402 

2 8323 Senior Counselor, Boys' Ranch School 38,974 

6 8324 Supervising Counselor, Juvenile Court 42,900 

1 8326 Assistant Director, Boys' Ranch School 46,566 

1 8330 Director, Boys' Ranch 54,444 

1 8340 Assistant Director, Juvenile Hall 46,566 

1 8344 Director of Juvenile Hall 60,892 

1 8407 Traffic Hearing Officer, Juvenile Court 52,104 
9 8414 Supervising Probation Officer, Juvenile Court 47,268 

2 8415 Senior Supervising Probation Officer, 

Juvenile Court 54,444 

1 8416 Assistant Chief Probation Officer, Juvenile Court 60,892 

1 8418 Chief Probation Officer, Juvenile Court 83,174 

8 8434 Supervising Adult Probation Officer 47,268 

2 8435 Senior Supervising Adult Probation Officer 57,434 
1 8436 Chief Adult Probation Officer 83,174 



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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 
June 12, 1990 



Top Step 
Number Classification Annual Salary 

77 8440 Probation Officer $ 38,974 

m. 8442 Senior Probation Officer 42,900 

269 

4. Mr. Kieran Murphy of the City Employees' Retirement System 
indicates that although PERS contribution rates are subject to change, based 
on rate information currently available, the transfer of Probation Officer and 
Juvenile Hall Counselor positions to PERS will not result in any net increase 
in City cost through the year 2000. 

Recommendation 

Approve the proposed resolution (File 154-89-3) and the proposed 
ordinance (File 154-89-3.1) 




Harvey M. Rose 



President Britt 
Supervisor Hallinan 
Supervisor Hsieh 
Supervisor Alioto 
Supervisor Gonzalez 
Supervisor Hongisto 
Supervisor Kennedy 
Supervisor Maher 
Supervisor Nelder 
Supervisor Walker 
Supervisor Ward 
Clerk of the Board 
Chief Administrative Officer 
Controller 
Carol Wilkins 
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File 112-90-1 . [Official Newspaper] Resolution designating 
certain newspapers to be official newspapers of the City and 
County of San Francisco, commencing July 1. 1990 for specified 
categories of official advertising. (Purchaser) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Recommended. 

File 92-89-15.2 . Consideration of appointment of three new 
■embers. Emergency Medical Care Committee representing the San 
Francisco Paramedic Association. Community Mental Health 
Services, and the University of California-San Francisco, 
positions created pursuant to File 92-89-15.1.. for three-year 
terms ending June 30. 1992. (Clerk of the Board) 

(Must be a person representative of abovement ioned group.) 

Applicants: Michael Whooley (Paramedic) 
William Harris (UC-SF) 
John Daley (CMHS) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Consideration of two new members. 
Emergency Medical Care Committee representing 
Community Mental Health Services and University of 
California-San Francisco, continued to call of the 
chair . 

File 92-89-15.4 . Hearing held. Appointment of 
Michael Whooley recommended. Resolution prepared in 
and reported out of committee entitled: "Appointing 
■ember to the Emergency Medical Care Committee." 
Recommended. 

File 92-90-12 . Consideration of appointment of members to the 
Emergency Medical Care Committee vice Frank R. Lewis. Jr.. M.D. 
(SFGH). Joseph Mignola. Jr. (Consumer). Kathy Lenihan (American 
Heart Assoc.) Janet Welsh. (Emergency Nurse) and Robert Neal 
(Community College), terms expiring June 30. 1990. for the 
three-year term ending June 30. 1993. (Clerk of the Board) 

(Must be a person representative of abovement ioned group.) 

Applicants: Frank R. Lewis (SFGH) 

Robert Neal (Community College) 

Joseph Mignola. Jr. (Consumer) 

Kathy Lenihan (American Heart Association) 

"Janet Welsh is not seeking reappointment. 



Hearing held. Appointment of Janet Welsh. 
Nurse), continued to call of the chair. 



(Emergency 



rile 92-90-12.3 . Hearing held. Appointment of Frank 
R. Lewis, vice himself: Robert Neal. vice himself; 
Joseph Mignola. Jr.. vice himself: Kathy Lenihan. 
vice herself recommended. Resolution prepared In and 
reported out of committee entitled: "Appointing 
members to the Emergency Medical Care Committee." 
Recommended . 



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File 154-89-3 . [Public Employees' Retirement Contract] 
Resolution of intention to approve an amendment to the contract 
between the Board of Administration of the Public Employees' 
Retirement System and the Board of Supervisors of the City and 
County of San Francisco regarding Probation Officers and 
Juvenile Hall Counselors; companion measure to File 
154-89-3.1. (Mayor) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Recommended. 

Fi le 154-89-3 ■ 1 . [Contract Amendment] Ordinance authorizing 
an amendment to the contract between the Board of 
Administration of the California Public Employees' Retirement 
System and the City and County of San Francisco relating to 
retirement benefits for certain City employees (Probation 
Officers and Juvenile Hall Counselors); companion measure to 
File 154-89-3. (Mayor) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Recommended. 

File 222-90-1 . [Non-Competitive Examination] Resolution 
finding that reasonable publicity of a proposed examination for 
the position of 2555 Physical Therapy Assistant has been given, 
and approving the holding of an examination for one qualified 
applicant pursuant to Charter Section 8.321. (Civil Service 
Commission) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Recommended. 



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File 45-90-14 . [Settlement of Litigation] Ordinance 
authorizing settlement of litigation of Mike Crowley against 
the City and County of San Francisco by payment of $10,000. 
(City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

File 48-90-9 . [Settlement of Claim] Resolution approving the 
settlement of the unlitigated claim of Henry Li by payment of 
$10,124. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

File 48-90-10 . [Settlement of Claim] Resolution authorizing 
the settlement of the unlitigated claim of Rodolfo Melara by 
payment of $12,500. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

File 45-90-17 . [Settlement of Lawsuit) Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of litigation of Carmen Cabrera, Violet Garcia. 
Richard Cabrera. Mario Cabrera and Albert Cabrera against the 
City and County of San Franci6co by paying $7,000. (City 
At torney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

File 46 90-6 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of litigation of City and County of San Francisco 
against Keith Otta Meske by accepting consideration in the 
amount of $15,000; and discharging said Keith Otto Meske from 
further liability. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 



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12. File 48-90-11 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of claim of Joseph Everett against the City and 
County of San Francisco by payment of $25,000. (City Attorney). 

ACTION: Recommended. 

13. File 48-90-12 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of claim of Adam Young against the City and County 
of San Francisco by payment of $8,000. (City Attorney). 

ACTION: Recommended. 

14. File 45-90-19 . [Settlement of Claim] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of claim of Charles Johnson v. City and County of 
San Francisco, by payment of $25,000. (City Attorney). 

ACTION: Recommended. 

15. File 45-90-20 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of claim arising out of U.S.A. V. C.C.S.F., et al: 
Davis, et al.. v. C.C.S.F.. Nos. C84-7089 MHP and C84-1100 MHP 
(Consolidated by payment of $10,000. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

16. File 45-90-21 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of claim arising out of U.S.A. v. C.C.S.F.. et al; 
Davis, et al.. v. C.C.S.F.. Nos. C84-7089 MHP and C84-1100 MHP 
(Consolidated) by payment of $30,000. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

17. File 45-90-22 . [Settlement of Claim] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of claim of Michael Jones v. City and County of San 
Francisco for $15,000. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

18. File 45-90-23 . [Settlement of Claim) Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of claim of James Dunson v. City and County of San 
Francisco for $55,000. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

19. File 45-90-24 . [Settlement of Claim] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of claim of Jimmie T. Braden v. City and County of 
San Francisco for $85,000. (City Attorney) 



File 45-90-25 . [Settlement of Claim] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of claim of James Outley v. City and County of San 
Francisco for $12,000. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

Kile 4'. 90 26. | :'..■! I l.-m.-nt Ol I..iwi.uit] OCdluOCt iUthOtltlnfl 
settlement of claim arising out of U.S.A. v. C.C.S.F.. et al: 
Davis, et al. et al v. C.C.S.F.. Nos. C84 7089 MHP and C84 1100 
MHP (Consolidated) for $65,000. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 



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File 45-90-27 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of claim arising out of U.S.A. v. C.C.S.F.. et al.; 
Davis, et al V. C.C.S.F.. Nos. C84-7089 MHP and C84-1100 MHP 
(Consolidated) foe $81,500 to Nathaniel Winston. t3.822.S0 to 
the Lawyers Committee for Urban Affairs and $1,200 to the law 
firm of Steinhart and Falconer. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

File 45-90-28 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of claim arising out of U.S.A. v. C.C.S.F.. et al.: 
Davis V. C.C.S.F.. Nos. C84-7089 MHP and C84-1100 MHP 
(Consolidated) for $150,000. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Continued to June 26. 1990 meeting. 

File 45-90-29 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of claim arising out of U.S.A. v. C.C.S.F. et al.; 
Davis v. C.C.S.F.. Nos. C84-7089 MHP and C84-1100 MHP 
(Consolidated) for $40,000. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

File 45-90-30 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of claim arising out of U.S.A. v. C.C.S.F.. et al.; 
Davis, et al v. C.C.S.F.. Nos. C84-7089 MHP and C84-1100 MHP 
(Consolidated) for $65,000. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

File 45-90-31 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of claim arising out of U.S.A. v. C.C.S.F.. Nos. 
C84-7089 MHP and C84-1100 MHP (Consolidated) for $60,000. 
(City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

File 45-90-32 . [Settlement of Lawsuit) Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of claim arising out of U.S.A. v. C.C.S.F.. et al.; 
Davis, et al v. C.C.S.F.. Nos. CB4-7089 MHP and C84-1100 MHP 
(Consolidated) for $11,000. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Continued to June 26, 1990 meeting. 



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BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 

^BUDGET ANALYST 

1390 Market Street, Suite 1025, San Francisco, CA 94102 (415)554-7642 



June 22, 1990 

TO: ^^ Administration and Oversight Committee 

FROM: Budget Analyst 

SUBJECT: June 26, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 






Item 9 - File 240-90-1 

Item: Request for a hearing to consider whether the City and 

County of San Francisco should join the Urban Counties 
Caucus. 

Description: The Urban Counties Caucus is a newly formed organization 

which would serve as a legislative advocate for urban 
counties in California. The Caucus was created in response 
to concerns of urban County legislators that the County 
Supervisors Association of California (CSAC), in its role as a 
County lobbyist, has not been sufficiently effective in 
representing the unique needs and concerns of urban 
counties. 

The principle goal of the Urban Counties Caucus, as stated in 
the organization's draft constitution, will be to advance the 
interests of residents who live in the urban counties of 
California. To achieve this goal, the Caucus would engage in 
the following activities: 

1. Retain professional assistance for the purpose of 
developing proposals for modification to the organization 
and operation of CSAC, in order for it to become an 
effective voice for urban counties. 

2 Develop a consensus among member counties on State 
legislative issues. 



3. Articulate and advocate policy on issues of concern to 
urban County populations and governments. 



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June 26, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 



4. Represent urban County interests before the State 
Legislature and the Congress and also before the 
executive branches and administrative agencies of both 
State and Federal governments. 

5. Gather and respond to urban counties information on 
legislative, executive and administrative actions at the 
State and Federal levels. 

6. Assist urban counties in implementing new laws and 
regulations. 

7. Promote communication and harmony between urban 
counties in areas of common concern. 

8. Perform related and additional functions as directed by 
the governing board of the Caucus. 

Membership in the Caucus would be composed of the more 
populous and urbanized counties in California. Ten such 
counties in California fall within this category. To date, the 
following six counties have become members of the Caucus: 
Los Angeles County, Orange County, Riverside County, San 
Diego County, Santa Clara County and Ventura County. The 
Urban Counties Caucus will assess each member county 
$20,000 annually for membership dues. 






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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

June 26, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

Items 10 and 11 - Files 154-90-2 and 154-90-3 



Departments: 
Items: 



Description: 



Retirement System 
Airport 

File 154-90-2 is a proposed resolution of intention that 
would approve an amendment of the contract between 
the Board of Administration of the Public Employees' 
Retirement System and the Board of Supervisors 
regarding Airport Police Officers. 

File 154-90-3 is a proposed ordinance that would 
authorize an amendment to the contract between the 
Board of Administration of the California Public 
Employees' Retirement System and the City and County 
of San Francisco relating to retirement benefits for 
certain City employees. 

The proposed ordinance (File 154-90-3) would authorize 
an amendment of the agreement between the California 
State Public Employees' Retirement System (PERS) and 
the City which would provide for Airport Police to 
transfer to an improved PERS retirement system. The 
proposed resolution (File 154-90-2) would declare the 
Board of Supervisors intent to approve such an 
amendment. 

Airport Police Officers are currently members of the 
PERS two percent at 55 Plan. The proposed 
amendments would enable Airport Police Officers to 
transfer to the PERS two percent at 50 Plan. The 
proposed two percent at 50 Plan offers a greater benefit 
than the current two percent at 55 Plan because the 
proposed Plan allows its members to retire five years 
sooner, at age 50, than the current Plan. 

San Francisco Charter Section 8.506-2 provides that 
Probation Officers, Airport Police Officers, District 
Attorney and Public Defender Investigators, Coroner 
Investigators, Juvenile Court Counselors and 
Institutional Police shall be members of PERS. Section 
8.506-2 also provides that such membership shall result 
in no net increase in cost to the City. 



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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

June 26, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

The Airport reports that the following Airport Police 
would be affected by the proposed legislation: 

1990-91 
Top Step 
Number Classification and Title Annual Salary 

133 9210 Airport Police Officer $42,484 

22 9211 Airport Police Sergeant 49,374 

9 9215 Airport Police Lieutenant 56,628 

3 9216 Airport Police Captain 64,896 

1 9217 Deputy Chief, Airport Police 72,254 

1 9218 Chief, Airport Police 76,310 

Comments: 1. Ms. Angela Gittens of the Airport reports that the 

Airport Commission has approved the transfer of the 
Airport Police Officer positions to the proposed new 
PERS Plan. 

2. Mr. Kiernan Murphy of the City Employees' 
Retirement System indicates that the proposed 
legislation would not result in any increases in cost to 
the City during the next two years. However, Mr. 
Kiernan reports that under the proposed legislation, 
there would be additional City costs of approximately 
$700,000 to $800,000 beginning in fiscal year 1992-93. 
These additional annual costs would then continue to 
escalate with any cost of living adjustments each year 
thereafter. 

3. As identified above, Charter Section 8.506-2 requires 
that membership in PERS not result in any additional 
costs to the City. Mr. Claude Kolm of the City Attorney's 
Office reports that given this Charter provision and the 
finding that the proposed legislation would result in 
additional costs to the Airport, the proposed legislation 
would be in conflict with the Charter and should not be 
approved. 



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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

June 26, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

4. According to Mr.Kolm, if the airlines that use San 
Francisco's Airport (and currently pay landing fees to 
the Airport), would commit to increase the amount of 
fees paid to the Airport to reimburse the costs for the 
additional expenses of the proposed transfer to the PERS 
program, such that there would be no additional cost to 
the City, as per the Charter, the proposed resolution and 
ordinance could be reconsidered. Mr. Kolm reports that, 
to date, the City Attorney has not received such 
commitment from the airlines or Airport. 

5. It should be noted that the current two percent at 55 
Plan is for California City employees and the proposed 
two percent at 50 Plan is for California County 
employees. Mr. Kolm reports that PERS will not allow 
the Airport Police Officers to transfer from the current 
City Plan to the proposed County Plan unless PERS 
receives a certification from the Board of Supervisors 
that the proposed Airport Police Officers report to a 
County official. The Airport Police currently report to 
the Airport Commission, which could administratively 
be considered either a City or County body. According to 
Mr. Kolm, the proposed resolution and ordinance would 
not serve as certification for PERS. 

Recommendation: Continue the proposed resolution and ordinance based 

upon the Charter cost issue and the PERS certification 
requirement raised by the City Attorney's Office. 



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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

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Item 12 - File 187-90-1 



Proposed Ballot 
Measure: 

Draft: 

Section Affected: 



Description: 



Comment: 



Effect on the Cost 
of Government: 



Charter Amendment 



First 



The proposed Charter amendment would add Section 3.104: 
Office of Contract and Public Policy Compliance, to Article 
III, Executive Branch . 

The proposed Charter amendment would establish an 
Office of Contract and Public Policy Compliance (OCPPC) 
under the Mayor. The OCPPC would insure that City 
contractors and subcontractors comply with any affirmative 
action or nondiscrimination ordinances adopted by the 
Board of Supervisors. The Mayor would appoint and have 
the power to remove the Director who administers the 
OCPPC. 

The Director would have the authority to investigate and 
take action against contractors who have failed to comply 
with these laws. The Board of Supervisors may adopt 
legislation to take specified actions to enforce compliance 
with those laws, including requesting legal action by the 
City Attorney. 

The Budget Analyst notes that the Human Rights 
Commission's budget includes Contract Compliance 
Officers, some of which are assigned on work-orders to 
other City Departments. 



The proposed Charter Amendment specifies the hiring of a 
Director to administer the OCPPC. Since the function of the 
OCPPC would be similar to some functions of the Human 
Rights Commission (HRC), the salary of the Director of the 
OCPPC might be similar to that of the annual salary of the 
Executive Director of the HRC ($86,502) or a Contract 
Compliance Office II ($71,437). Based upon these estimates, 
including mandatory fringe benefits, the total cost for a 
Director to administer the OCPPC would range between 
$89,395 and $107,888. 



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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

June 26, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

The proposed Charter amendment does not specify if 
additional staff would be required. If the OCPPC required 
additional staff, the City would incur additional costs of 
these staff including salaries, mandatory fringe benefits, 
materials and supplies, and rental of office space to 
accommodate the Director and the staff. The potential 
additional costs of these expenses are unknown at this time. 



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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

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Item 13 - File 223-90-1 

Charter Amendment 



Proposed Ballot 
Measure: 



Draft: 

Sections Affected: 



Description 



Analysis: 



First 

The proposed Charter Amendment would delete 
paragraphs and phrases relating to the Department of 
Public Works from Section 3.510 and add Part 24, Sections 
3.699-4 through 3.699-8, relating to the establishment of a 
Public Works Commission and placing the Department of 
Public Works under the direction of the Public Works 
Commission. 

The proposed Charter Amendment would establish a new 
Public Works Commission. The proposed Amendment 
would also remove the Department of Public Works (DPW) 
from under the direction of the Chief Administrative Officer 
and place the Department under the direction of the Public 
Works Commission. 

According to the proposed Charter Amendment, the Public 
Works Commission would consist of seven members, 
appointed by the Mayor, with terms lasting four years. 
Commission members would be compensated at the rate of 
$100 per month, or $1,200 per year. The Commission would 
assume the powers and responsibilities of the Chief 
Administrative Officer with respect to the direction of DPW. 

1) While not specified by the proposed Charter 
Amendment, the Public Works Commission may require 
staff support to perform work for the Commission. In 
general, other commissions in the City employ Commission 
Secretaries to provide staff support. Depending on the 
specific department and commission, the responsibilities 
given to support staff vary but may include, at a minimum, 
transcription of the minutes of commission meetings, and 
transmittal of correspondence to and from the commission. 
DPW may be able to incorporate the additional 
responsibilities and workload of providing administrative 
support within its existing administrative organization. 
However, if additional staffing is needed, the Public Works 
Commission may require a Commission Secretary to 
provide the administrative support to the Commission. 



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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

June 26, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

2) The proposed Charter Amendment assigns the 
responsibility for administering the City's 
telecommunications function to DPW. However, according 
to Mr. Richard Evans, Director of Public Works, DPW 
administered the City's telecommunications function in the 
past, but the Chief Administrative Officer recently 
transferred these responsibilities to the Department of 
Electricity. Approval of the proposed Charter Amendment 
by the voters would require that the telecommunications 
function be transferred back under the administration of 
DPW. 

3) Mr. Evans further reports that DPW is opposed to the 
proposed Charter Amendment because the Department's 
tasks and responsibilities are determined by 1) the requests 
and decisions of other City departments and commissions 
since DPW functions as a service department to other City 
departments; and 2) the requirements of State and Federal 
law. As such, Mr. Evans believes that a Public Works 
Commission would not be needed to determine Department 
direction and policy. 

Effect on the Cost 

of Government: The Controller's Office has determined that the adoption of 

the proposed Charter Amendment would increase the cost 
of government by a minimum of $8,400 per year to account 
for the compensation of the seven Public Works 
Commission members at a rate of $100 per month. 

The proposed Charter Amendment does not specify 
whether additional staff would be required to provide 
administrative support to the Public Works Commission. 
However, if a Commission Secretary is required to provide 
administrative support to the Public Works Commission, 
the cost of other City Commission Secretary positions, 
including mandatory fringe benefits, currently range from 
$49,069 to $93,941 per year, depending on the level of 
responsibility delegated to the position. The cost of any 
additional staffing, related materials and supplies, or 
rental of office space cannot be determined at this time. 



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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

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Item 14 - File 225-90-1 



Proposed Ballot 
Measure: 



Charter Amendment 



Draft: 



First 



Section Affected: Amending Section 4.105 regarding Probation Boards. 

Description: The proposed Charter Amendment would require the Chief 

Adult Probation Officer to appoint, and at his or her pleasure 
remove, one Confidential Secretary. In addition, the proposed 
Charter Amendment would exempt the proposed Confidential 
Secretary to the Chief Adult Probation Officer position from the 
Civil Service provisions of the City's Charter. 

Currently, the Charter does not provide for a Confidential 
Secretary to the Chief Adult Probation Officer and the Chief 
Adult Probation Officer is served by an Executive Secretary. 

Analysis: The proposed Charter Amendment would allow the Adult 

Probation Officer to select, hire, and dismiss an employee to 
serve as Confidential Secretary without regard to Civil Service 
restrictions. 

The current Executive Secretary position has a budgeted salary 
of $37,374. The Chief Probation Officer intends to replace the 
Executive Secretary position with the proposed Confidential 
Secretary position. Civil Service individually classifies and 
establishes a rate of pay for each Confidential Secretary 
position. To date, Civil Service has not evaluated or classified a 
Confidential Secretary to the Chief Probation Officer position. 

The approximate maximum annual salary for the nine 
Confidential Secretary positions currently established are as 
follows: 

Confidential Secretary to City Attorney $50,830 

Confidential Secretary and Executive Assistant to 

Public Defender 47,944 

Confidential Secretary to Superintendent of Schools 46,800 
Confidential Secretary to Superintendent, 

S.F. Jr. College District 46,800 

Confidential Secretary to District Attorney 46,800 
Confidential Secretary to Chief Administrative Officer 46,800 

Confidential Secretary to Sheriff 46,332 

Confidential Secretary to Assessor 44,798 

Confidential Secretary to Director.Parking Authority 38,584 



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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

June 26, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

Effect on the Cost 

of Government The Controller's Office has determined that the adoption of the 
proposed Charter Amendment, in and of itself, would not 
affect the cost of government. In addition, the Controller's 
Office has determined that the cost of the proposed Confidential 
Secretary to the Chief Probation Officer is dependent upon 
future Civil Service action and funding approval by the Board 
of Supervisors, and, as a result, may increase or decrease the 
cost of government. 

Comment: The adoption of the proposed Charter Amendment would likely 

result in the elimination of the current Executive Secretary 
position at an annual salary of $37,374 and the creation of a 
Confidential Secretary to the Chief Probation Officer position at 
an annual salary of at least $38,584, the lowest amount paid to 
a Confidential Secretary. As a result, salary costs would 
increase by at least $1,210 annually and fringe benefits would 
increase by $275 annually for a total minimum annual cost 
increase of $1,485. 



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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

June 26, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

Item 15 - File 226-90-1 



Proposed Ballot 
Measure: 



Charter Amendment 



Draft: 



Sections Affected: 



Description: 



First 

The proposed Charter Amendment would amend Sections 
6.406, 7.300 and 7.305. 

The proposed amendment to Section 6.406 would add, delete 
and re-prioritize various paragraphs which set forth the 
eligible uses of the Harbor Trust Fund. As Section 6.406 is 
currently written, the highest priority item is the payment of 
operation and maintenance costs at the Port. The proposed 
changes to this Section would reorder the payment of debt 
service on Port Bonds as the highest priority. Financial 
consultants have advised the Port that this would bring the 
Port in line with other similarly situated Bond issuers and 
would boost investor confidence, thus resulting in a lower 
interest rate and the associated borrowing cost for the Port. 

The proposed amendment to Section 7.300 would delete the 
requirement that Port Revenue Bonds be approved by the 
electorate. The Port identifies two reasons for this deletion: 

Since Port Revenue Bonds are secured solely by 
Port revenues and therefore do not have an effect 
on other City services, property taxes or rates, 
there is no logic for requiring electorate approval. 
The Port notes that Airport Revenue Bonds are 
currently exempt from the voter approval 
requirement. 

Voter approval makes the timing of a potential 
bond issue contingent on the election schedule. 
This does not allow an issuer to take advantage of 
temporary periods where favorable borrowing 
conditions exist in the bond market. If the Port 
wanted to issue revenue bonds next spring or 
summer, for example, it would be impossible to do 
so because the first election after November 1990 
will not be held until November 1991. 



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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

June 26, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

The proposed amendment to Section 7.305 would restructure 
the basic framework for the issuance of Port Revenue Bonds. 
At the present time, Section 7.305 makes reference to the 
State of California Harbor Revenue Bond Act of 1951 which 
has been incorporated into the Charter by reference. 
However, this legislation has been repealed by the State 
many years ago. The fact that the Charter makes reference 
to a repealed state law causes unnecessary problems for bond 
counsel to hold or express an opinion on the validity of the 
Port's bonds. 

This amendment to Section 7.305 would provide that the Port 
Commission, by resolution, would establish its own procedure 
for the issuance of revenue bonds or other types of revenue 
obligations. The procedure would be developed to give the 
Port the maximum flexibility possible to make use of all 
available financing techniques and instruments. The concept 
of authorizing, through the Charter, the establishment of a 
procedure for the issuance of bonds is not new and has 
already been done in Section 7.3000 (5) of the Charter. 

Comment: The proposed legislation would permit the Port of San 

Francisco the same procedures under the Charter to secure 
Revenue Bonds as is currently permitted for the San 
Francisco Airport. Airport Revenue Bonds are currently 
exempt from this voter approval requirement. The proposed 
legislation would also permit the Port greater flexibility in 
their timing to issue such bonds in order to take advantage of 
temporary periods in which favorable market conditions 
occur so that the Port could obtain a more favorable bond 
interest rate. In terms of the allocation of any revenues from 
the proceeds of such Revenue Bonds, the Port is still required 
to seek the approval of the Board of Supervisors for the 
appropriation of any revenues which might be secured 
through the issuance of a bond issue. 

Effect on the Cost 

of Government: Port Revenue Bonds are secured solely by Port revenues and 

therefore should not have an effect on other City services, 

property taxes or rates. 

The Controller's Office has not completed its review of the 
proposed legislation according to Mr. John Guthrie. Mr. 
Guthrie advises that the Controller would comment on the 
proposed Charter Amendment for the Port at the time the 
subject amendment is discussed before the Administration 
and Oversight Committee. 



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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

June 26, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

Item 16 - File 229-90-1 



Proposed Ballot 
Measure: 

Draft: 

Section Affected: 

Description 



Comments: 



Charter Amendment 

First 

The proposed Charter amendment would add to Section 
8.343 one paragraph allowing the Police and Fire 
Commissions to refer discipline cases to hearing officers. 

The proposed Charter Amendment would allow the Police 
and Fire Commissions to refer discipline cases involving 
officers of the Police and Fire Departments to hearing 
officers. These hearing officers would be under contract to 
the Police and Fire Commissions. 

The proposed Charter Amendment would also empower the 
Police and Fire Commissions with the authority to 
determine rules and procedures for referring discipline 
cases to hearing officers, and for hearing individual 
appeals of hearing officer decisions. 

1. Lieutenant William Frazier of the Police Department 
reports that the Police Commission hears approximately 30 
disciplinary cases per year. The length of the hearings vary 
according to the nature of the charges brought against the 
officer involved. Lieutenant Frazier further reports that the 
proposed Charter Amendment merely allows the Police and 
Fire Commissions the option of referring discipline cases to 
a hearing officer but does not require the Commissions to 
refer discipline cases to hearing officers. 

2. Mr. Raymond Connors of the Fire Department reports 
that the Fire Commission hears approximately a dozen 
discipline cases per year. Mr. Connors further advises that 
the Fire Commission has not had a chance to meet and 
review the proposed Charter Amendment. 

3. Lieutenant Frazier of the Police Department has advised 
the Budget Analyst that the Police Commission has 
requested that the Board of Supervisors withdraw the 
proposed Charter Amendment from voter consideration. 



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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

June 26, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

Effect on the Cost 

of Government: Adoption of the proposed Charter Amendment would 

increase the cost of government by an undetermined 
amount if the Police and Fire Commissions chose to refer 
their discipline cases to hearing officers. The actual cost 
would depend on the amount of contractual services for 
hearing officers purchased. 



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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

June 26, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

Item 17 - File 235-90-1 

Proposed Ballot 



Measure: 
Draft: 



Charter Amendment 
First 



Sections Affected: Amending Sections 8.509, 8.511, 8.557, 8.559-13, 8.581, 8.584- 
10, 8.585-13, 8.586-13 and 8.588, regarding employment after 
retirement for miscellaneous and safety employees. 

Description: The proposed Charter Amendment would authorize any 

retired City employee, including teachers, to perform 
consultant services for the City, the San Francisco Unified 
School District (SFUSD) or the Community College District, 
without loss of normal retirement benefits and without 
requiring those consultants to be reinstated as members of 
the retirement system. These consulting services contracts 
would be subject to approval of the Civil Service Commission, 
and would be limited to a compensation of $7,500 in any year. 

Currently, the Charter states that retired City employees 
receiving benefits from the City retirement system may not 
receive any payment for service rendered to the City after 
retirement. 



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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

June 26, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 



Effect on the Cost 

of Government: The Controller's Office states that the effect on the cost of 

government is indeterminable, and could increase the costs if 
City contracts for additional services or could decrease the 
costs if the services are obtained through these contracts at a 
lower cost than would otherwise be obtained from hiring 
additional City staff. 




cc: President Britt 

Supervisor Hallinan 
Supervisor Hsieh 
Supervisor Alioto 
Supervisor Gonzalez 
Supervisor Hongisto 
Supervisor Kennedy 
Supervisor Maher 
Supervisor Nelder 
Supervisor Walker 
Supervisor Ward 
Clerk of the Board 
Chief Administrative Officer 
Controller 
Carol Wilkins 
Ted Lakey 



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MEETING OF 

ADMIN 1STRAT ION AND OVERSIGHT 

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 



TUESDAY. JUNE 26. 1990 - 2:00 P.M. ROOM 228. CITY HALL 

PRESENT: SUPERVISORS BRITT. HALLINAN AND HSIEH 
CLERK: KAY GULBENGAY 

1. File 92-89-47 . Consideration of appointment of member to the 
Mental Health Advisory Board vice Jean Hayward, M. D. 
(physician), term expiring January 31. 1990, for 3-year term 
ending January 31. 1993. (Clerk of the Board) 

Applicant: James W. Hawkins, M.D. 

ACTION: Hearing held. Appointment of James W. Hawkins, M.D. 
(physician) recommended. Resolution prepared in and 
reported out of committee entitled: "Appointing 
member to the Mental Health Advisory Board." 
Recommended . 

2. File 92-90-14 . Consideration of appointment of members to the 
Hazardous Materials Advisory Committee, vice Dede Hapner, 
Daniel Sullivan, Judith Guerriero and Frank J. Moycroft. terms 
expiring July 1. 1990, for the four-year term ending July IS, 
1994. (Clerk of the Board) 

Applicants: Daniel J. Sullivan 
Dede Hapner 

ACTION: Hearing held. Continued to call of the chair. 

3. File 92-90-15. Consideration of appointment of members to the 
City-Wide Alcoholism Advisory Board vice Miriam A.C. Parker, 
Annette Clark, Michael C. Hall, Chester Stern, Gonzalo 
Gonzalez, terms expiring July 1, 1990. for the three-year term 
ending July 1. 1993. (Clerk of the Board) 

Applicants: Chester Stern 
Robert Cole 
Michael C. Hall 
Gonzalo Gonzalez 
Maryann Fleming 
Laura Schonenweiss 

ACTION: Hearing held. Consideration of appointment of Miriam 
A.C. Parker, continued to call of the chair. 

File 92-90- IS . 1 . Hearing held. Appointment of 
Chester Stern. Michael Hall. Gonzalo Gonzalez, and 
Maryann Fleming recommended. Resolution prepared in 
and reported out of committee entitled: "Appointing 
members to the City-Wide Alcoholism Board." 
Recommended . 



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4. File 92-90-20 . Consideration of appointment of member to the 
Peninsula Corridor Study Joint Powers Board, vice Supervisor 
Harry Britt, term expiring June 30, 1990. for the two-year term 
ending June 30. 1992. (Clerk of the Board) 

(Must be a member of the Board of Supervisors) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Appointment of Supervisor Tom Hsieh 

recommended. Resolution prepared in and out reported 
out of committee entitled: "Appointing member to the 
Peninsula Corridor Study Joint Powers Board." 
Recommended . 

5. File 39-89-5. 1 . Hearing to consider Grand Jury's report on the 
Voter Information Pamphlet. (Supervisor Hsieh) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Ordinance prepared in and reported out 
of committee (as presented by Supervisor Hsieh) 
entitled: "Amending Article VIII, Chapter 5 of the 
San Francisco Administrative Code by amending 
Sections 5.74.3. 5.74.4, 5.74.5, 5.74.6, 5.74.7, 5.79 
and 5.80 thereof, relating to ballot arguments 
appearing in the voter information pamphlet." 
Recommended . 

6. File 93-90-11 . [Memorandum of Understanding J Resolution 
ratifying memorandum of Understanding with United Association 
of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipe Fitting 
Industry, Local #38. (Office of the Mayor, Employee Relations 
Division) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Recommended. 

7. File 93-90-12 . [Letter of Understanding] Resolution ratifying 
Letter of Understanding with the International Union of 
Operating Engineers Stationary Local No. 39. (Office of the 
Mayor. Employee Relations Division) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Recommended. 

8. File 93-90-13 . [Memorandum of Understanding] Resolution 
ratifying Memorandum of Understanding with Municipal Real 
Property Officers of San Francisco. (Office of the Mayor, 
Employee Relations Division) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Recommended. 

9. File 240-90-1 . Hearing to consider whether the City and County 
of San Francisco should join the Urban Counties Caucus. 
(Supervisor Kennedy) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Recommended. 

10. File 154-90-2 . [Public Employees' Retirement Contract - 
Airport Police] Resolution of intention to approve an amendment 
of the contract between the Board of Administration of the 
Public Employees' Retirement System and the Board of 
Supervisors of the City and County of San Francisco regarding 
Airport Police Officers; companion measure to File 154-90-3. 
(Supervisor Nelder) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Continued to July 10, 1990 Meeting. 



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11. File 154-90-3 . [Contract Amendment - Airport Police] Ordinance 
authorizing an amendment to the contract between the Board of 
Administration of the California Public Employees' Retirement 
System and the City and County of San Francisco relating to 
retirement benefits for certain City employees: companion 
measure to File 154-90-2. (Supervisor Nelder) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Continued to July 10. 1990 meeting. 

12. File 187-90-1 . [Ballot Measure] Charter amendment (First 
Draft) amending Section 3.104 regarding the establishment of an 
Office of Contract and Public Policy Compliance. (Supervisor 
Kennedy) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Continued to July 10, 1990 meeting. 

13. File 223-90-1 . [Ballot Measure] Charter amendment (First Draft) 
amending Section 3.510 relating to administrative departments 
under the Chief Administrative Officer, and by adding Part 24 
creating a Public Works Commission to manage the Public Works 
Department. (Supervisor Walker) 

ACTION: Tabled at request of author. 

14. File 225-90-1 . [Ballot Measure] Charter amendment (First Draft) 
amending Section 4.105 creating a position of confidential 
secretary who shall be appointed, and at the pleasure be 
removed, by the Chief Adult Probation Officer. (Supervisors 
Hsieh, Alioto, Nelder) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Second Draft (as introduced by 

Supervisor Hsieh in Board 6/25/90) to board 7/2/90 
without recommendation. 

15. File 226-90-1 . [Ballot Measure] Charter amendment (First Draft) 
amending Sections 6.406, 7.300 and 7.305 providing for a 
revised method for the authorization and issuance of revenue 
bonds, including a relocation of revenues, for the Port 
Commission of the City and County of San Francisco. 
(Supervisor Hallinan) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Amended on page 4 before "The Port 

Commission" by inserting "Subject to the approval of 
the Board of Supervisors." Recommended as amended. 

16. File 229-90-1 . [Ballot Measure] Charter amendment (First Draft) 
amending Section 8.343 to allow the Police and Fire Commissions 
to refer discipline cases to a hearing officer. (Supervisor 
Hallinan) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Continued to July 10, 1990 meeting. 

17. File 235-90-1 . [Ballot Measure] Charter amendment (Second 
Draft) amending Sections 8.509, 8.511, 8.557, 8.559-13, 8.581, 
8.585-13, 8.586-13 and 8.588-13, regarding employment after 
retirement for niscel laneous and safety employees. (Supervisor 
Nelder) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Continued to July 10, 1990 meeting. 



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CLOSED SESSION 

18. File 45-90-28 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of claim of Jerome Pittman v. City and County of 
San Francisco for $150,000 arising out of U.S.A. v. C.C.S.F.. 
et al.; Davis v. C.C.S.F.. Nos. C84-7089 MHP and C84-1100 MHP 
(Consolidated) for $150,000. (City Attorney) 

(Continued from 6/12/90) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

19. File 45-90-32 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of claim of Anthony Horn v. City and County of 

San Francisco for $11,000 arising out of U.S.A. v. C.C.S.F.. et 
al.; Davis, et al v. C.C.S.F.. Nos. C84-7089 MHP and C84-1100 
MHP (Consolidated) for $11,000. (City Attorney) 
(Continued from 6/12/90) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

20. File 45-90-18 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of litigation of Edward Hohn Glenn v. Graham 
Lorenzo, City and County of San Francisco, et al., by payment 
of $7,000. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

21. File 45-90-33 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Resolution authorizing 
settlement of litigation of Larry D. Hallum against the City 
and County of San Francisco by payment of $7,550. (City 
Attorney) . 

ACTION: Continued to July 10, 1990 meeting. 

22. File 45-90-34 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Resolution authorizing 
settlement of claim of Hockersmith v. City and County of 

San Francisco in accordance with settlement agreement. (City 
Attorney) . 

ACTION: Recommended. 

23. File 46-90-9 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of City and County of San Francisco v. General 
Rent-A-Car, Inc. Piott Dostrzewski, et al., upon receipt of the 
sum of $10,176.47 and dismissal of complaint. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Continued to July 10, 1990 meeting. 

24. File 46-90-10 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of litigation of Antoinette M. Williams v. Sussie Y. 
San Woo. et al, upon receipt of the sum of $12,400.25 and 
compromise and release executed by Antoinette M. Williams and 
dismissal of complaint. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

25. File 46-90-11 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of Edward J. Chow, et al.. v. James Lee and Angie 
Lee. et al., upon receipt of the sum of $12,500 and dismissal 
of complaint in intervention. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 



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File 48-90-15 . [Settlement of Claim] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of claim of Rheinhart J. Kamplin v. City and County 
of San Francisco, Department of Public Works, et al.. by 
payment of $10,000. (City Attorney). 

ACTION: Recommended. 

File 48-90-17 . [Settlement of Claim] Resolution authorizing 

settlement of the unlitigated claim of Hartford Insurance Co.; 

insured Andrew McChesney in the sum of $7,045. (City 
Attorney) . 

ACTION: Recommended. 



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CALENDAR 

MEETING OF 

ADMINISTRATION AND OVERSIGHT 

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 

CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 



TUESDAY. JULY 10. 1990 - 2:00 P.M. ROOM 228, CITY HALL 

PRESENT: SUPERVISORS BRITT. HALL1NAN AND HSIEH 
CLERK: KAY GULBENGAY 

1. File 92-90-16 . Consideration of appointment of members to the 
Open/Park Renovation Citizens Advisory Committee. Lynn 
Altshuler. Ina F. Dearman. Geraldine Earp, Dan Hodapp. Nancy 
Larson, Lonnie Lawson. Louis K. Loewenstein. Terry Ow-Wing, 
Lynne A. Williams, and Paul Wotman terms expiring July IB, 
1990, for the two-year term ending July 15, 1992. (Clerk of 
the Board) 

Applicants: Lynn Altshuler (Supervisor Alioto) 
Dan Hodapp (Supervisor Maher) 
Lonnie Lawson (Supervisor Walker) 
Louis K. Loewenstein (Supervisor Hongisto) 
Terry Ow-Wing (Supervisor Hsieh) 
Ina F. Dearman (Supervisor Maher) 
Geraldine Earp (Supervisor Kennedy) 
Nancy Larsen (Supervisor Ward) 
Jill Lerner Hallinan (Supervisor Alioto) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Remaining appointment of Lynne A. 
Williams continued to July 24, 1990 meeting. 

File 92-90-16.1 . Hearing held. Appointment of 
Lynn Altshuler. Dan Hodapp, Lonnie Lawson, Louis K. 
Loewenstein, Terry Ow-Wing, Ina F. Dearman. Geraldine 
Earp, Nancy Larsen, and Jill Lerner Hallinan 
recommended. Resolution prepared in and reported out 
of committee entitled: "Appointing members to the 
Open Space/Park Renovation Citzens Advisory 
Committee." Recommended. 

2. File 154-90-2 . [Public Employees' Retirement Contract - 
Airport Police] Resolution of intention to approve an 
amendment of the contract between the Board of Administration 
of the Public Employees' Retirement System and the Board of 
Supervisors of the City and County of San Francisco regarding 
Airport Police Officers; companion measure to File 154-90-3. 
(Supervisor Nelder) 

(Continued from 6/26/90) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Tabled. 

3. File 154-90-3 . [Contract Amendment - Airport Police] 
Ordinance authorizing an amendment to the contract between the 
Board of Administration of the California Public Employees' 
Retirement System and the City and County of San Ftancisco 
relating to retirement benefits for certain City employees: 
companion measure to File 154-90-2. (Supervisor Nelder) 

(Continued from 6/26/90) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Tabled. 



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4. File 105-89-3 . [Salaries and Wages] Ordinance fixing and 
determining rates of compensation to be paid municipal officers 
and employees, whose offices and positions are allocated to 
classes specified herein and compensation for which are 
subject to the provisions of Section 8. 405 of this Charter 
providing that said rates of compensation shall be effective 
beginning May 26. 1990 repealing Ordinance No. 169-90. (Civil 
Service Commission) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Recommended. 

5. File 12-90-22 . [SB 1785] Hearing to consider restoring the 
standard in previous law regarding the number of signatures 
required to qualify initiative charter amendments in the City 
and County of San Francisco. (Supervisor Hsieh) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Resolution (as presented by Supervisor 
Hsieh) prepared in and reported out committee 
entitled: "Supporting passage of SB 1785 to restore 
the standard in previous law regarding the number of 
signatures required to qualify initiative charter 
amendments in the City and County of San Francisco 
and other charter cities." Recommended. (Supervisor 
Britt dissented. ) 

6. File 244-90-1 . [Public Employment] Resolution approval of the 
Juvenile Probation Commission's exemption of five management 
positions, to wit: Assistant Chief Probation Officer (also 
known as Director of Probation Services), Director of Juvenile 
Hall, Director of Boys Ranch School (also known as Director of 
Log Cabin Ranch), Business Manager and Director of Community 
Programs, from the Civil Service provisions of the Charter 
pursuant to Charter Section 3.699. (Juvenile Probation 
Department ) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Recommended. 

7. File 187-90-1 . [Ballot Measure] Charter amendment (First 
Draft) amending Section 3.104 regarding the establishment of an 
Office of Contract and Public Policy Compliance. (Supervisor 
Kennedy) 

(Continued from 6/26/90) 

ACTION: Continued to call of the chair at request of author. 

8. File 229-90-1 . [Ballot Measure] Charter amendment (First 
Draft) amending Section 8.343 to allow the Police and Fire 
Commissions to refer discipline cases to a hearing officer. 
(Supervisor Hallinan) 

(Continued to 6/26/90) 

ACTION: Tabled at request of author. 

9. File 235-90-1 . [Ballot Measure] Charter amendment (Second 
Draft) amending Sections 8.509, 8.511, 8.557, 8.559-13, 8.581, 
8.585-13, 8.586-13 and 8.588-13, regarding employment after 
retirement for miscellaneous and safety employees. (Supervisor 
Nelder) 

(Continued to 6/26/90) 

ACTION: Hearing held. To Board 7/16/90 without 
recommend at ion . 



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10. File 292-89-1 . [Ballot Measure] Charter amendment (Skeletal) 
amending Sections 2.100-2.401 relating to the Board of 
Supervisors. (Supervisor Walker) 

ACTION: Tabled at request of author. 

11. File 293-89-1 . [Ballot Measure] Charter amendment (Skeletal) 
amending Sections 3.100-3.101 relating to the Mayor. 
(Supervisor Walker) 

ACTION: Tabled at request of author. 

12. File 294-89-1 . [Ballot Measure] Charter amendment (Skeletal) 
amending Sections 3.200-3.201 relating to the Office of the 
Chief Administrative Officer. (Supervisor Walker) 

ACTION: Tabled at request of author. 

13. File 295-89-1 . [Ballot Measure] Charter amendment (Second 
Draft) amending Sections 3.600 and 3.601 thereof to change the 
name of the Art Commission to Arts Commission, wherever 
occurring, to increase the number of Arts Commission members 
appointed by the Mayor and establish terms for new members, to 
increase the quorum requirement, and to conform certain 
provisions with the Charter. (Supervisor Walker) 

ACTION: Tabled at request of author. 

14. File 224-90-1 . [Ballot Measure] Charter amendment (skeletal) 
amending Sections 3.600 - 3.699 relating to commissions and 
boards of the City and County. (Supervisor Walker) 

ACTION: Tabled at request of author. 

15. File 227-90-1 . [Ballot Measure] Charter amendment (skeletal) 
amending Sections 8.300 - 8.364 relating to Civil Service 
provisions. (Supervisor Walker) 

ACTION: Tabled at request of author. 

16. File 228-90-1 . [Ballot Measure] Charter amendment (skeletal) 
amending Section 8.311 relating to personnel policies 
regulating political activity of civil service employees and 
eligibles. (Supervisor Walker) 

ACTION: Tabled at request of author. 

17. File 230-90-1 . [Ballot Measure] Charter amendment (skeletal) 
amending Sections 8.400 - 8.452 relating to the compensation 
and other conditions of employment with the City and County. 
(Supervisor Walker) 

ACTION: Tabled at request of author. 

18. File 231-90-1 . [Ballot Measure] Charter amendment (skeletal) 
amending Sections 8.500 - 8.588-15 relating to retirement 
benefits of employees of the City and County. (Supervisor 
Walker) 

ACTION: Tabled at request of author. 



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19. File 233-90-1 . [Ballot Measure] Charter amendment (skeletal) 
adding a section which shall supersede all inconsistent 
sections and create flexibility in the setting of all terms and 
conditions of employment, including but not limited to wages, 
hours and benefits. (Supervisor Walker) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Amendment of the whole (First Draft) 
(as presented by Supervisor Walker) adopted. 
Entitled: "[Ballot Measure] Charter amendment adding 
Part Nine to Article VIII. Sections 8.590-1. 8.590-2, 
8.590-3. 8.590-4, 8.590-5, and 8.590-6 thereto, to 
permit firefighters, police officers, airport police 
officers and miscellaneous employees to engage in 
collective bargaining and interest arbitration of all 
■atters relating to the wages, hours, benefits and 
other terms and conditions of employment, 
notwithstanding any other provisions of the 
Charter." Tabled. (Supervisor Britt dissented.) 

20. File 245-90-1 . [Ballot Measure] Charter amendment (Skeletal) 
removing the airport parking facility from the jurisdiction of 
the Airport and placing it under the Transportation and Parking 
Authority. (All revenue from the airport parking facility 
shall accrue to the general fund subject to expiration of any 
present legal requirements.) (Supervisor Maher) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Amendment of the whole (First Draft) 
(as presented by Supervisor Maher) adopted. 
Entitled: "[Ballot Measure] Charter amendment 
amending Section 3.691 to remove control of 
off-street parking facilities from the airports 
commission and Section 3.698-3 to allow the Board of 
Supervisors to transfer to the department of parking 
and traffic control over off-street parking 
facilities at the airport." To Board 7/16/90 without 
recommendation. 

21. File 249-90-1 . [Ballot Measure] Charter amendment (Skeletal) 
amending Sections 2.100 and 9.100 reducing the number of 
members of the Board of Supervisors and adjusting the manner in 
which the members of the Board of Supervisors are compensated. 
(Supervisor Hsieh) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Amendment of the whole (First Draft) 
(as presented by Supervisor Hsieh) adopted. 
Entitled: "[Ballot Measure] Charter amendment (First 
Draft) amending Section 2.100 thereof, and by adding 
Section 9.100-3 thereto, to reduce the number of 
members of the Board of Supervisors to seven by 
deleting two positions at the general election in 
1990 and two positions at the general election in 
1996. and to increase the annual salary of board 
members from $23,924 to $31,940. and to adjust the 
salary annually thereafter based upon any increase in 
the consumer price index." Tabled. (Supervisor 
Hsieh dissented.) 



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22. File 251-90-1 . [Ballot Measure] Charter amendment (First 
Draft) amending section 8.509, thereof, regarding retirement 
benefits for certificated employees of the San Francisco 
Unified School District. (Supervisor Hallinan) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Amendment of the whole (Second Draft) 
(as presented by Supervisor Hallinan) adopted. 
Entitled: "[Ballot Measure] Charter amendment 
amending section 8.509. thereof, regarding retirement 
benefits for certificated employees of the San 
Francisco Unified School District." Tabled. 
(Supervisor Hallinan dissented.) 

23. File 252-90-1 . [Ballot Measure] Charter amendment (First 
Draft) amending Section 8.506-2 thereof and adding Section 
8.506-5 thereto to permit the Board of Supervisors to contract 
with the Public Employees ' Ret irement System ("PERS") for the 
transfer of the Airport Police to the PERS "2* /age 50" plan, 
regardless of the cost of the City and County. (Supervisor 
Nelder) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Amendment of the whole (Second Draft) 
(as presented by Supervisor Nelder) adopted. Further 
amended on page 1 after "2%/age 50 plan." by 
replacing "regardless of the cost to the City and 
County" with "removing the no net increase in cost 
for this group." New Title: "[Ballot Measure] 
Charter amendment (Third Draft) amending Section 
8.506-2 thereof and adding Section 8.506-5 thereto to 
permit the Board of Supervisors to contract with the 
Public Employees' Retirement System ("PERS") for the 
transfer of the Airport Police to the PERS "2%/age 
50" plan, removing the no net increase in cost for 
this group." Recommended as amended (Third Draft). 

24. File 253-90-1 . [Ballot Measure] Charter amendment (First 
Draft) adding Sections 8.590-1, 8.590-2, 8.590-3, 8.590-4. 
8.590-5 and 8.590-6 regarding impartial arbitration of wage and 
benefit disputes for the Fire Department. Police Department and 
Airport Police officers. (Supervisor Nelder) 

ACTION: Hearing held. To Board 7/16/90 without 

recommendation subject to approval as to form from 
the City Attorney's office. (See File for details.) 
(Supervisor Hallinan dissented.) 

25. File 254-90-1 . [Ballot Measure] Charter amendment (skeletal) 
adding Section 6.415 thereof to establish an annual allocation 
of General Fund monies to the Housing Af f ordabi 1 i ty Fund 
(Section 10.117-50 of the Administrative Code). (Supervisor 
Walker) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Amendment of the whole (First Draft) 
(as presented by Supervisor Walker) adopted. 
Entitled: "[Ballot Measure] Charter amendment (First 
Draft) adding Section 6.415 thereof to establish an 
annual allocation of General Fund monies to the 
Housing Aff ordabi 1 i ty Fund (Section 10.117-50 of the 
Administrative Code). Recommended subject to 
approval as to form from the City Attorney'6 Office. 
(Supervisor H6ieh dissented.) 



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22. File 251-90-1 . [Ballot Measure] Charter amendment (First 

Draft) amending section 8.509. thereof, regarding retirement 
benefits for certificated employees of the San Francisco 
Unified School District. (Supervisor Hallinan) 



ACTION: 




23. File 252-90-1 . [Ballot Measure] Charter amendment (First 
Draft) amending Section 8.506-2 thereof and adding Section 
8.506-5 thereto to permit the Board of Supervisors to contract 
with the Public Employees 'Ret irement System ("PERS") for the 
transfer of the Airport Police to the PERS "2% /age 50" plan, 
regardless of the cost of the City and County. (Supervisor 
Nelder) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Amendment of the whole (Second Draft) 
(as presented by Supervisor Nelder) adopted. Amended 
on page 1 after "2%/age 50 plan." by replacing 
"regardless of the cost to the City and County" with 
"removing the no net increase in cost for this 
group." New Title: "[Ballot Measure] Charter 
amendment (Second Draft) amending Section 8.506-2 
thereof and adding Section 8.506-5 thereto to permit 
the Board of Supervisors to contract with the Public 
Employees' Retirement System ("PERS") for the 
transfer of the Airport Police to the PERS "2\/aqe 
50" plan, removing the no net increase in cost for 
this group." Recommended as amended. 

24. File 253-90-1 . [Ballot Measure] Charter amendment (First 
Draft) adding Sections 8.590-1. 8.590-2. 8.590-3. 8.590-4. 
8.590-5 and 8.590-6 regarding impartial arbitration of wage and 
benefit disputes for the Fire Department. Police Department and 
Airport Police officers. (Supervisor Nelder) 

ACTION: Hearing held. To Board 7/16/90 without 

recommendation subject to approval as to form from 
the City Attorney's office. (See File for details.) 
(Supervisor Hallinan dissented.) 

25. File 254-90-1 . [Ballot Measure] Charter amendment (skeletal) 
adding Section 6.415 thereof to establish an annual allocation 
of General Fund monies to the Housing Af f ordabi 1 i ty Fund 
(Section 10.117-50 of the Administrative Code). (Supervisor 
Walker) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Amendment of the whole (as presented 
by Supervisor Walker) adopted. Entitled: "Charter 
amendment adding Section 6.415 thereof to establish 
an annual allocation of General Fund monies to the 
Housing Aff ordabi 1 ity Fund (Section 10.117-50 of the 
Administrative Code). Recommended subject to 
approval as to form from the City Attorney's Office. 
(Supervisor Hsieh dissented.) 



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CLOSED SESSION 



26. File 45-90-33 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of litigation of Larry D. Hallum against the City 
and County by payment of $7,550. (City Attorney) 

(Continued from 6/26/90) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

27. File 46-90-9 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of City and County of San Francisco v. General 
Rent-A-Car. Inc. Piotr Kostrzewski, et al.. upon receipt of the 
sum of $10,176.47 and dismissal of complaint. (City Attorney) 

(Continued from 6/26/90) 

ACTION: Tabled at reguest of City Attorney. 

28. File 45-90-35 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of litigation of Galen L. Scott against the City and 
County by payment of $10,000. (City Attorney). 

ACTION: Recommended. 

29. File 45-90-36 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of litigation of Michael Romelotti against the City 
and County of San Francisco by payment of $7,500. (City 
Attorney) . 

ACTION: Recommended. 

30. File 45-90-37 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of litigation of Gary Sicabaig v. Sylvia Bunshoft 
against the City and County of San Francisco by payment of 
$7,500. (City Attorney). 

ACTION: Recommended. 

31. File 46-90-14 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of Gary Lynn Pierce v. Joel Castillo Braga, et al., 
upon receipt of the sum of $9,885. (City Attorney). 

ACTION: Recommended. 

32. File 46-90-15 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of Thomas J. Padden v. Wilbur Wong, et al.. upon 
receipt of the sum of $23,000. (City Attorney). 



ACTION: 



Recommended . 



File 46-90-16 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of louise C. Senatore v. Rudolph Ignatius Donati, e( 
al., upon receipt of the sum of $38,333.33 less costs and 
dismissal of complaint (City Attorney). 

ACTION: Recommended. 




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July 19, 1990 



TO: .^Administration and Oversight Committee 

FROM: Budget Analyst 

SUBJECT: July 24, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting. 

Item 10 - File 89-90-8 

1. The proposed resolution would authorize two employees in the 1491 
Associate Registrar classification to enroll in the State Disability Program. The 
cost of SDI coverage would be paid by the employees through normal payroll 
deductions. The proposed legislation would not involve significant cost to the City 
as the Controller's payroll/personnel system is programmed to include this 
deduction. 

2. SDI pays disability benefits to employees who suffer a non-industrial 
injury or illness. SDI-eligible employees have been paying into the SDI system 
since July 1, 1981. Currently, the payroll deduction is .9% of the first $25,149 of 
gross salary for each employee (maximum of $226.34 annually). While SDI 
coverage is mandatory for all employees within bargaining units enrolled in the 
SDI program, it is not mandatory that employee classifications which are not 
represented by a bargaining unit be included in the SDI program unless a majority 
of employees within the classification requests coverage. 

3. The Employee Relations Division (ERD) reports that both of the 1491 
Associate Registrar employees have requested SDI coverall'. 

Recommendation 

Approve the proposed resolution. 



Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

July 24, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 



Item 12 -File 166-90-1 



Department: 
Item: 
Amount: 
Description; 



Tax Collector and Department of Public Health (DPH) 

Resolution to recover unpaid services 

$57,485.35 

The proposed resolution would authorize the Attorney for 
the Tax Collector to begin legal proceedings to recover a 
total of $57,485.35 for unpaid services rendered by San 
Francisco General Hospital to six patients. The Attorney 
for the Tax Collector reports that this resolution pertains to 
recovering monies from the spouses or parents of the 
patients. The patients received care at San Francisco 
General Hospital but did not pay for the care. 

State Welfare and Institutions Code Section 17300 requires 
that the Attorney for the Tax Collector receive authorization 
by the county governing board before legal proceedings may 
be instituted against the responsible relative of a patient 
receiving medical assistance at county expense. The 
account numbers and amounts involved are as follows: 



Account Number Amount 

SFGH 86-10078800124 $16,151.07 

SFGH 86-00-01059115011400 11,023.65 

SFGH 86-00-080000092-40500 4,917.94 

SFGH 86-00-0101364820125 3,475.23 

SFGH 86-935740012700 12,692.89 

SFGH 86-990099532667 9.224.57 

Total $57,485.35 

The Tax Collector's Office reports that the files of its Bureau 
of Delinquent Revenue reflect that at the time of the 
hospitalization and at the present time, the responsible 
relative named was and is financially able to pay for these 
unpaid hospital bills. 



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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 
July 24, 1990 



Recommendation: Approve the proposed resolution. 




tarvey M. Rose 



President Britt 
Supervisor Hallinan 
Supervisor Hsieh 
Supervisor Alioto 
Supervisor Gonzalez 
Supervisor Hongisto 
Supervisor Kennedy 
Supervisor Maher 
Supervisor Nelder 
Supervisor Walker 
Supervisor Ward 
Clerk of the Board 
Legislative Policy Analysts 
Chief Administrative Officer 
Controller 
Carol Wilkins 
Ted Lakey 



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PRESENT: SUPERVISORS BRITT, HALLINAN AND HSIEH 
CLERK: KAY GULBENGAY 



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File 92-89-15.2 . Consideration of appointment of three new 
members. Emergency Medical Care Committee Community Mental 
Health Services, and the University of California-San 
Francisco, positions created pursuant to File 92-89-15.1., for 
three-year terms ending June 30, 1992. (Clerk of the Board) 

Applicants: William Harris (UC-SF) 
John Daley (CMHS) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Appointment of John Daly (CMHS) 
continued to call of the chair. 

File 92-89-15.5 . Hearing held. Appointment of 
William Harris recommended. Resolution prepared in 
and reported out of committee entitled: "Appointing 
member to the Emergency Medical Care Committee." 
Recommended . 

File 92-90-12.1 . Consideration of appointment of members to 
the Emergency Medical Care Committee, representing the (San 
Francisco Dental Society), and (member of agency/community 
service organization serving the interests of senior citizens 
in San Francisco), for three-year terms ending June 30, 1993. 
(Clerk of the Board) 

Applicant: Norman Plotkin (Dental Society) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Continued to call of the chair. 

File 92-90-14 . Consideration of appointment of members to the 
Hazardous Materials Advisory Committee, vice Dede Hapner, 
Daniel Sullivan, Judith Guerriero, and Frank J. Moycroft, terms 
expiring July 1, 1990, for the four-year term ending July 15. 
1994. 



Appl icants : 



Daniel J. Sullivan 

Dede Hapner 

Jeffrey L. Bronstein 



ACTION: Hearing held. Appointments of Judith Guerriero and 
Frank J. Moycroft continued to call of the chair. 



File 92-90-14.1. 



Hearing held. Appointment of 
and Dede Hapner recommended. 



Daniel Sullivan. 
Resolution prepared in and reported out of committee 
entitled: "Appointing members to the Hazardous 
Materials Advisory Committee." Recommended. 



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4. File 92-90-15 . Consideration of Consideration of appointment 
of members to the Citywide Alcoholism Advisory Board vice 
Miriam A.C. Parker term expiring July 1, 1990, for the 
three-year term ending July 1. 1993. (Clerk of the Board) 

Applicants: Zwazzi Sowo 

Alonzo Gallaread 
Carol Vela 
Debra Bodriquez 

ACTION: Hearing held. Appointment of Zwazzi Sowo 

recommended. Resolution prepared in and reported out 
of committee entitled: "Appointing member to the 
Citywide Alcoholism Advisory Board." Recommended. 

5. File 92-90-16 . Consideration of appointment of member to the 
Park and Open Space Advisory Committee, Lynne A. Williams term 
expiring July 15, 1990, for the two-year term ending July 15. 
1992. (Clerk of the Board) 

Applicant: Lynne A. Williams (Supervisor Hallinan) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Appointment of Lynne A. Williams 

recommended. Resolution prepared in and reported out 
of committee entitled: "Appointing member to Park 
and Open Space Advisory Committee." Recommended. 

6. File 92-90-18 . Consideration of appointment of member to the 
Park and Open Space Advisory Committee , vice Bonnie-Jean 
Leddy, resigned, for the unexpired portion of the two-year term 
July 15, 1990. 

ACTION: Continued to August 14, 1990 meeting at request of 
author . 

7. File 92-90-17 . Consideration of appointment of member to the 
Task Force on Service Station Conversions, an actual service 
station dealer, for term ending March 13, 1991. (Clerk of the 
Board) 

Applicant: David Sahagun 

ACTION: Hearing held. Appointment of David Sahagun 

recommended. Resolution prepared in and reported out 
of committee entitled: "Appointing member to Task 
Force on Service Station Conversions." Recommended. 

8. File 92-90-23 . Consideration of appointment of member to the 
Emergency Medical Care Committee, vice Chris Garrett, (American 
Red Cross), resigned, for the unexpired portion of the 
three-year term ending June 30. 1991 (Committee By-Laws). 
(Clerk of the Board) 

Applicant: Ron Bistolfo (American Red Cross) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Appointment of Ron Bi6tolfo 

recommended. Resolution prepared in and reported out 
of committee entitled: "Appointing member to the 
Emergency Medical Care Committee." Recommended. 



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9. File 82-90-7 . [Settlement of Litigation. Grant of Easements & 
Quitclaim Deed] Ordinance authorizing settlement of City of 
Pacifica v. City and County of San Francisco, et al.. by the 
sale of 4.774 acres, grant of storm drain easements over 3,916 
square feet, and grant of slope easement over 11.27 acres in 
Sharp Park to the City of Pacifica for $36.495.6S, and 
acceptance of a quitclaim deed to 2.668 acres in Sharp Park 
from the City of Pacifica. (Real Estate Department) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Recommended. 

10. File B9-90-8 . [State Disability Insurance] Resolution 
authorizing enrollment of Classification 1491 Associate 
Registrar in the State Disability Insurance Program. (Mayor's 
Office of Employee Relations Division) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Recommended. 

11. File 93-90-14 . [Memorandum of Understanding] Resolution 
ratifying memorandum of understanding with Service Employees 
International Union Locals 2S0, S3S. and 790. (Mayor's Office 
of Employee Relations Division) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Recommended. 

12. File 166-90-1 . [Legal Action for Medical Services] Resolution 
authorizing Tax Collector Attorney to institute legal 
proceedings for the recovery of value rendered at hospital 
facilities operated by the San Francisco Department of Public 
Health. (Tax Collector) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Recommended. 
CLOSED SESSION 



13. File 45-90-38 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of litigation of Mary Edith Greene against the City 
and County of San Francisco by payment 121.250. (City 
Attorney) . 

ACTION: Recommended. 

14. File 48-90-18 . [Settlement of Claim] Resolution approving the 
settlement of the unlitigated claim of Margaret Campbell by 
payment of $40,000. (City Attorney). 

ACTION: Recommended. 



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1. File 104-90-1 . Heating to considet wage schedules 

pursuant to Chartet Section 8.404 for transit operations 
for fiscal year 1990-91. (Supervisor Britt) 

ACTION: 



F ile 105-90-2 . Hearing to consider wage schedules 
pursuant to Charter Section 8.405 for uniformed forces in 
the Police and Fire Departments for fiscal year 1990-91. 

ACTION: 



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TO: -^Administration and Oversight Committee 

FROM: Budget Analyst |[ 

SUBJECT: August 6, 1990 Special Administration and Oversight Committee 
Meeting ^^- 

Item 1 - File 104-90-1 

1. Pursuant to Charter Section 8.404, this item is a hearing to consider the 
Civil Service Commission certification of wage schedules for platform employees, 
including trainees, for the coach and bus operations of the Municipal Railway 
(MUNI) and conditions and benefits of employment for 1990-91. According to 
Charter Section 8.404, MUNI platform operator salary rates must be approved 
and funds appropriated by the Board of Supervisors by August 25 of each year. 

2. Section 8.404 of the Charter provides that wages for Municipal Railway 
platform operators not exceed the average of the two highest rates found in the 
Civil Service survey of wage rates and fringe benefits paid to transit operators in 
street railway and bus systems in the United States operating primarily within 
municipalities with a population of not less than 500,000 and normally employing 
not less than 400 operators. (See attachment for the results of this survey). In 
prior years, this Charter Section has been approved by the Board of Supervisors to 
provide that the wages for MUNI platform operators are set at the average of the 
two highest rates found in the survey. 

3. Section 8.404 of the Charter also provides for the establishment of a Trust 
Fund for MUNI platform operators. The value of City payments into this Trust 
Fund can be equal to the value, if any, by which the amount of fringe benefits paid 
to transit operators in the transit districts surveyed exceed fringe benefits paid to 
MUNI operators. Approximately quarterly, cash disbursements from the Trust 
Fund are made to MUNI operators to compensate them for the difference in the 
value of fringe benefits paid by the surveyed jurisdictions and San Francisco's 
fringe benefits. The 1990-91 MUNI budget includes a $10,678,000 allocation for the 



Memo to Administration & Oversight Committee 

August 6, 1990 Special Administration & Oversight Committee Meeting 

Trust Fund based on the current fringe benefits paid. The additional amount 
needed as a result of 1990-91 Salary Standardization studies has not yet been 
computed. 

4. The Civil Service survey of transit districts found that the highest transit 
wages are paid by the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (Boston) and 
the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (Washington, D.C.). The 
current average of the wages paid by these two districts is $17.1675 per hour. This 
wage compares to the current MUNI wage rate of $16.29 per hour and represents 
an increase of $.8775 per hour or 5.4 percent. In addition, the Civil Service survey 
notes that the wage rate in the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority 
is scheduled for a further increase effective May 1, 1991, resulting in an average 
hourly rate for the two districts $17,545 or 7.7 percent greater than the existing 
MUNI hourly wage rate of $16.29. Both of these increases are included in the 
Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for MUNI operators for 1990-91. 

5. The Controller's Office has not finalized their computation of the 
increase in City costs that will result from the proposed increases in pay rates for 
MUNI operators. 

6. The 1990-91 annual budget includes the following reserves for Salary 
Standardization increases in pay rates for MUNI operators, Police Officers, 
Firefighters and Registered Nurses: 

General Fund $20,021,385 

Airport Operating Fund 381,381 

Habor Fund 62.419 

Total $20,465,185 

Recommendation 

Prepare In and Report Out an ordinance to effect the hourly wage increases 
resulting from the Civil Service survey and included in the MUNI operators' 
MOU for 1990-91. 



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August 6, 1990 Special Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

Item 2 - File 105-90-2 

Note: This item is listed on the calendar as a hearing but the following report is 
on the corresponding Ordinance referred to the Committee subsequent to 
publication of the final calendar. 

1. The proposed ordinance would fix and determine rates of compensation 
for Police Officers and Firefighters for 1990-91, pursuant to Charter Section 8.405 
as amended in accordance with Proposition I. The proposed ordinance would 
also repeal Ordinance 169-90 which established 1989-90 rates of compensation for 
Police Officers and Firefighters. 

2. Charter Section 8.405 provides for the Civil Service staff to survey rates of 
compensation paid to Police Officers and Firefighters in all California cities of at 
least 350,000 population. For 1990-91, the Cities of Long Beach, Los Angeles, San 
Diego and San Jose were surveyed. 

3. Charter Section 8.405 previously required rates of pay to be set based on 
salary rates of other jurisdictions adopted by August 25 of the fiscal year. 
Therefore, if a surveyed city adopted a higher rate subsequent to August 25, it was 
not reflected in San Francisco's salary rates. Proposition I, adopted by the voters 
on November 4, 1986, amended Charter Section 8.405 to permit additional salary 
adjustments after August 25 of each fiscal year should any surveyed city adopt 
higher rates after that date. Charter Section 8.405, as amended, also provides for 
such increases to be retroactive to the effective date of the surveyed city's action 
and/or July 1 of the current fiscal year, whichever date is later. 

4. Charter Section 8.405 bases Salary Standardization for San Francisco's 
Police Officers and Firefighters on the average, maximum pay received by fourth 
year Police Officers in the jurisdictions surveyed. According to the Civil Service 
survey for 1990-91, the average pay of the four jurisdictions will increase four 
times in 1990-91. Therefore, in accordance with the provisions of Proposition I, 
Salary Standardization for 1990-91 will include four increases from the 1989-90 
rate of pay for fourth year Police Officers, as follows (other classifications are 
indexed to these increases): 

Police Officer 

Monthly 





Rate 


Increase Over 


Increase Over 


Effective Date 


(4th Year) 


1989-90 Rate 


Previous Rate 


June 30, 1990 (1989-90 rate) 


$3,497 


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. 


July 1, 1990 


3,593 


2.75% 


2.75% 


July 8, 1990 


3,621 


3.55% 


0.78% 


January 6, 1991 


3,637 


4.00% 


0.44% 


February 16, 1991 


3,650 


4.38% 


0.36% 



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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

August 6, 1990 Special Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

5. A comparison of the current and proposed annualized 1990-91 salaries is 
as follows: 



Police Service 



0390 Chief of Police 
0395 Assistant Chief 
0400 Deputy Chief 
0488 Commander 
0460 Secretary, 

Police Commission 
0380 Inspector 
0520 Police Surgeon 
Q80 Captain 
Q63 Criminologist 
Q60 Lieutenant 
Q50 Sergeant 
Q35 Assistant Inspector 

Q2 Police Officer 

Q20 Policewoman 

Additional Compensa- 
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Motorcycle Duty 





Proposed 


Proposed 


Proposed 


Proposed 


1989-90 


Annual 


Annual 


Annual 


Annual 


Annual 


Salary 


Salary 


Salary 


Salary 


Salarv 


7/V90 


7/8/90 


V6/91 


2/16/91 


112,920 


115,992 


116,892 


117,408 


117,828 


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102,960 


103,764 


104,220 


104,580 


95,004 


97,596 


98,352 


98,784 


99,132 


77,196 


79,296 


79,908 


80,256 


80,544 


55,620 


57,132 


57,576 


57,828 


58,032 


48,648 


49,992 


50,376 


50,604 


50,784 


41,964 


43,116 


43,452 


43,644 


43,800 


65,292 


67,092 


67,620 


67,920 


68,160 


65,292 


67,092 


67,620 


67,920 


68,160 


55,620 


57,132 


57,576 


57,828 


58,032 


48,648 


49,992 


50,376 


50,604 


50,784 


45,036 


46,248 


46,608 


46,812 


46,980 


to 48,648 


to 49,992 


to 50,376 


to 50,604 


to 50,784 


36,240 


37,248 


37,548 


37,704 


37,824 


to 41,964 


to 43,116 


to 43,452 


to 43,644 


to 43,800 


36,240 


37,248 


37,548 


37,704 


37,824 


to 41,964 


to 43,116 


to 43,452 


to 43,644 


to 43,800 



2,784 



2,784 



2,796 



2,808 



2,808 



Fire Service 

0140 Chief of 

Department 
0145 Assistant Deputy 

Chief of Department 
0150 Deputy Chief of 

Department 
0155 Secretary to Chief 

of Department 
H51 Assistant Deputy 

Chief II 
H50 Assistant Chief of 

Department 



1989-90 

Annual 

Salarv 


Proposed 

Annual 

Salary 

7/1/90 


Proposed 

Annual 

Salary 

7/8/90 


Proposed 

Annual 

Salary 

1/6/91 


Proposed 

Annual 

Salary 

2/16/91 


112,920 


115,992 


116,892 


117,408 


117,828 


94,980 


97,572 


98,328 


98,760 


99,108 


95,004 


97,596 


98,352 


98,784 


99,132 


74,724 


76,776 


77,376 


77,724 


78,000 


77,220 


79,320 


79,932 


80,280 


80,568 


77,196 


79,296 


79,908 


80,256 


80,544 


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Fire Service 

H40 Battalion Chief 
H39 Captain, Division of 

Training 
H30 Captain 
H29 Special Svcs. Officer 
H28 Lieutenant, 

Division of Training 
H20 Lieutenant 
H19 Airport Training 

Officer 
H18 Coordinator of 

Community Services 
H17 Medical 

Coordinator 
H16 Technical Training 

Assistant 
H10 Chiefs Operator 
H32 Captain, Bureau of 

Fire Prevention and 

Public Safety 
H22 Lieutenant, Bureau 

of Fire Prevention and 

Public Safety 
H24 Lieutenant, Bureau 

of Fire Investigation 
H6 Investigator, Bureau 

of Fire Investigation 
H4 Inspector, Bureau of 

Fire Prevention and 

Public Safety 
H2 Firefighter 

H110 Marine Engineer 

of Fireboats 
H120 Pilot of Fireboat 



1989-90 

Annual 

Salarv 


Proposed 

Annual 

Salary 

7/1/90 


Proposed 

Annual 

Salary 

7/8/90 


Proposed 

Annual 

Salary 

176/91 


Proposed 

Annual 

Salary 

2/16/91 


66,768 
66,744 


68,580 
68,568 


69,132 
69,108 


69,444 
69,408 


69,696 
69,660 


55,614 
55,584 
55,584 


57,132 
57,108 
57,108 


57,588 
57,552 
57,552 


57,840 
57,828 
57,828 


58,056 
58,032 
58,032 


48,646 
48,624 


49,992 
49,968 


50,388 
50,352 


50,616 
50,592 


50,796 
50,772 


48,624 


49,968 


50,352 


50,592 


50,772 


48,624 


49,968 


50,352 


50,592 


50,772 


48,624 


49,968 


50,352 


50,592 


50,772 


45,684 
62,856 


46,920 
64,560 


47,292 
65,076 


47,496 
65,364 


47,676 
65,604 



54,972 



56,496 



56,940 



57,192 



57,396 



54,972 


56,496 


56,940 


57,192 


57,396 


50,256 


51,612 


52,020 


52,248 


52,440 


50,256 


51,612 


52,020 


52,248 


52,440 


36,240 

to 41,964 

55,620 


37,248 

to 43,116 

57,132 


37,548 

to 43,452 

57,576 


37,704 
to 43,644 

57,828 


37,824 

to 43,800 

58,032 



55,620 



57,132 



57,576 



57,828 



58,032 



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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

August 6, 1990 Special Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

6. Charter Section 8.405 also requires the Civil Service Commission to 
certify the percentage increase or decrease in the cost of living during the 12- 
month period ending March 31, for San Francisco and the four surveyed cities. 
Civil Service has reported that during this period, the cost of living in San 
Francisco increased by 3.5 percent while the average increase for the four 
surveyed cities was 5.5 percent, a difference of 2.0 percent. Charter Section 8.405(f) 
permits the Board of Supervisors to increase the salaries, in addition to the rates 
of pay determined by the salary survey, by an amount equal to this cost of living 
difference between San Francisco and the surveyed cities. However, because the 
cost of living increase in San Francisco was lower than the average cost of living 
increase in the cities surveyed, no adjustment is necessary. The Charter permits 
an increase in salaries based on the surveyed jurisdictions having a higher cost of 
living than San Francisco but does not address the situation of a lower cost of 
living in the surveyed jurisdictions than in San Francisco. 

7. As of the writing of this report, the Controller's Office has not completed 
the computation of the City's costs as a result of the proposed new rates of pay. 
Mr. John Madden of the Controller's Office indicates that the computation should 
be completed by the August 6, 1990, Special Administration and Oversight 
Committee Meeting. 

Comments 

1. The proposed ordinance would repeal Ordinance 169-90 which 
established 1989-90 pay rates. However Ordinance 169-90 was previously repealed 
by Ordinance 285-90 which was approved by the Board of Supervisors in July, 1990, 
to revise pay rates effective May 26, 1990, in accordance with provisions of 
Proposition I. Therefore, the proposed ordinance should be amended to repeal 
Ordinance 285-90. 

2. The 1990-91 annual budget includes the following reserves for Salary 
Standardization increases in pay rates for Police Officers, Firefighters, Municipal 
Railway Platform Operators and Registered Nurses: 

General Fund $20,021,385 

Airport Operating Fund 381,381 

Harbor Operating Fund 62.419 

Total $20,465,185 



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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

August 6, 1990 Special Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

RpmirimPtiHafinn 

Amend the proposed ordinance to repeal Ordinance 285-90 and approve the 
proposed ordinance as amended. 




^y^Harvey M. Rose 



cc: President Britt 

Supervisor Hallinan 
Supervisor Hsieh 
Supervisor Alioto 
Supervisor Gonzalez 
Supervisor Hongisto 
Supervisor Kennedy 
Supervisor Maher 
Supervisor Nelder 
Supervisor Walker 
Supervisor Ward 
Clerk of the Board 
Legislative Policy Analysts 
Chief Administrative Officer 
Controller 
Carol Wilkins 
Ted Lakey 



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File 93-90-1 7. [Memorandum of Understanding] Resolution ratifying 
August 1990 amendment to the 1989-91 Memorandum of Understanding 
with the Transport Workers Union of America. AFL CIO and Transport 
Workers Union. Local 250 A (for the 9163 Transit Operators and 
related trainee classification. (Office of Mayor's Division of 
Employee Relations) 



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SUBJECT: August 13, 1990 Special Administration and Oversight Committee 

Meeting 

Item 1 -File 104-90-1 

1. Pursuant to Charter Section 8.404, the proposed ordinance would fix 
schedules of compensation for platform employees, including trainees, for the 
coach and bus operations of the Municipal Railway (MUNI) and conditions and 
benefits of employment for 1990-91. The proposed ordinance would also 
incorporate by reference the Transport Workers Union of America, AFL-CIO and 
Transport Workers Union, Local 250-A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). 
According to Charter Section 8.404, MUNI platform operator salary rates must be 
approved and funds appropriated by the Board of Supervisors by August 25 of each 
year. 

2. Section 8.404 of the Charter provides that wages for Municipal Railway 
platform operators not exceed the average of the two highest rates found in the 
Civil Service survey of wage rates and fringe benefits paid to transit operators in 
street railway and bus systems in the United States operating primarily within 
municipalities with a population of not less than 500,000 and normally employing 
not less than 400 operators. (See attachment for the results of this survey). In 
prior years, this Charter Section has been approved by the Board of Supervisors to 
provide that the wages for MUNI platform operators arc set at the average of the 
two highest rates found in the survey. 



Memo to Administration & Oversight Committee 

August 6, 1990 Special Administration & Oversight Committee Meeting 



3. Section 8.404 of the Charter also provides for the establishment of a Trust 
Fund for MUNI platform operators. The value of City payments into this Trust 
Fund can be equal to the value, if any, by which the amount of fringe benefits paid 
to transit operators in the transit districts surveyed exceed fringe benefits paid to 
MUNI operators. Approximately quarterly, cash disbursements from the Trust 
Fund are made to MUNI operators to compensate them for the difference in the 
value of fringe benefits paid by the surveyed jurisdictions and San Francisco's 
fringe benefits. The 1990-91 MUNI budget includes a $10,678,000 allocation for the 
Trust Fund. Mr. John Madden of the Controller's Office reports that 
approximately $500,000 of these FY 1990-91 budgeted funds are as a result of the 
1990-91 Salary Standardization studies concerning fringe benefits. 

4. The Civil Service survey of transit districts found that the highest transit 
wages are paid by the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (Boston) and 
the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (Washington, D.C.). The 
current average of the wages paid by these two districts is $17.1675 per hour. This 
wage compares to the current MUNI wage rate of $16.29 per hour and represents 
an increase of $.8775 per hour or 5.4 percent. In addition, the Civil Service survey 
notes that the wage rate in the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority 
is scheduled for a further increase effective May 1, 1991, resulting in an average 
hourly rate for the two districts $17,545 or 7.7 percent greater than the existing 
MUNI hourly wage rate of $16.29. Both of these increases are included in the 
Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for MUNI operators for 1990-91. 

5. The Controller's Office has estimated that an increase of $5,771,000 in 
City costs will result from the proposed increases in salary and wage rates for 
MUNI operators. 

6. The 1990-91 annual budget includes the following reserves for Salary 
Standardization increases in pay rates for MUNI operators, Police Officers, 
Firefighters and Registered Nurses: 

General Fund $20,021,385 

Airport Operating Fund 381,381 

Harbor Fund 62.419 

Total $20,465,185 

Based on the estimated increase of $5,771,000 of additional City costs for MUNI 
operators, the $20,021,385 of 1990-91 General Fund reserves for Salary 
Standardization will be sufficient to cover these additional costs. 



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Memo to Administration & Oversight Committee 

August 6, 1990 Special Administration & Oversight Committee Meeting 



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Approve the proposed ordinance. 



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Supervisor Hallinan 
Supervisor Hsieh 
Supervisor Alioto 
Supervisor Gonzalez 
Supervisor Hongisto 
Supervisor Kennedy 
Supervisor Maher 
Supervisor Nelder 
Supervisor Walker 
Supervisor Ward 
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ABSENT: SUPERVISOR HSIEH 

CLERK: KAY GULBENGAY 



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File 92-90-1 . Consideration of appointment of member. Mental 
Health Advisory Board vice Gerald Veverka (consumer), resigned, 
effective February. 1990. for the unexpired portion of a 
three-year term ending January 31, 1991. (Clerk of the Board) 

Applicants: Phyllis Denise Spanglet (consumer) 
Joanne J. Compean (consumer) 
Jeffrey Wang (consumer) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Appointment of Phyllis Denise Spanglet 
recommended. Resolution prepared in and reported out 
of committee entitled: "Appointing member to the 
Mental Health Advisory Board." Recommended. 

File 92-90-18 . Consideration of appointment of member to the 
Open/Space Renovation Citizens Advisory Committee, vice 
Bonnie-Jean Leddy, resigned, for the unexpired portion of the 
two-year term July 15, 1990. 



(Continued from 7/24/90) 



ACTION: 



Continued to call of the chair, 



3. File 92-90-21 . Consideration of appointment of member. Mental 
Health Advisory Board of San Francisco, Dr. Pamela G. Krell, 
PH.D. resigned, (psychologist), for unexpired term ending 
January 1992. (Clerk of the Board) 

Applicant: Jonathan Pesner. Ph.D. (psychologist) 

ACTION: Continued to call of the chair. 

4. File 92-90-24 . Consideration of appointment of members to the 
Maternal, Child and Adolescent Health Board, Eugene Zarate, 
M.D., Annabelle Null. Malka Kopell and Toye T. Moses terms 
expired, for three-year terms ending August 31, 1993. (Clerk 
of the Board) 

Applicant: Toye E. Moses 
Malka Kopell 

ACTION: Heating held. Appointment of Eugene Zarate, M.D. and 
Annabelle Null continued to call of the chair. 

File 92-90-24.1 . Hearing held. Appointment of Toye 
E. Moses and Malka Kopell recommended. Resolution 
prepared in and reported out of committee entitled: 
"Appointing members to the Maternal. Child, and 
Adolescent Health Board." Recommended. 



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File 92-90-27 . Consideration of appointment of members to the 
Assessment Appeals Board, Douglas S. Chan, (member) and Peter 
J. Fatooh, (alternate), terms expired, for three-year terms 
ending September 3, 1993. (Clerk of the Board) 

Applicants: Douglas S. Chan 
Peter J. Fatooh 

ACTION: Hearing held. Appointment of Douglas S. Chan and 

Peter J. Fatooh recommended. Resolution prepared in 
and reported out of committee entitled: "Appointing 
members to the Assessment Appeals Board." 
Recommended . 




ACTION: Hearing held. Recommended, 



7. File 93-90-16. [Memorandum of Understanding] Resolution 
ratifying memorandum of understanding with the International 
Federation of Professional and Technical Engineers, Local 21, 
AFL.-CIO. (Mayor's Office of Employee Relations Division) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Recommended. 

8. File 89-90-9 . [State Disability Insurance] Resolution 
authorizing enrollment of Classification 1818 Management 
Information Specialist in the State Disability Insurance 
Program. (Mayor's Office of Employee Relations Division) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Recommended. 

9. File 89-90-10 . [State Disability Insurance] Resolution 
authorizing enrollment of Classifications 6139 Senior 
Industrial Hygiensit, 6144 Director, Toxics and Safety 
Services, and 8419 Prisoner Services Counselor in the State 
Disability Insurance Program. (Mayor's Office of Employee 
Relations Division). 

ACTION: Hearing held. Recommended. 

10. File 60-90-18.1 . Hearing'to consider submitting ballot 
argument concerning initiative charter amendment relative to 
Nuclear Free Zone implementation. (Supervisor Britt) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Ballot argument (as presented by 

Supervisor Britt) recommended. Motion prepared in 
and reported out of committee entitled: "Authorizing 
proponent's argument in favor of Proposition E. an 
initiative charter amendment relative to Nuclear Free 
Zone implementation." To Board 8/20/90 without 
recommendation. 

11. File 60-90-19 . Hearing to consider submitting ballot argument 
supporting ballot proposition concerning exempting Mission Bay 
from City Planning Code Section 101.1 (Proposition M, Nov. 
1986). (Supervisor Alioto) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Ballot argument (as presented by 

Supervisor Alioto) recommended. Motion prepared in 
and reported out of committee entitled: "Authorizing 
proponent'6 argument in favor of Proposition I. an 
ordinance exempting Mission Bay from City Planning 
Code Section 101.1 (Proposition M November 1986)." 
Recommended . 



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12. File 60-90-20 . Hearing to consider submitting ballot argument 
concerning ballot proposition regarding Domestic Partners 
Ordinance. (Supervisor Britt) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Ballot argument (as presented by 
Supervisor Britt) recommended. 

Motion prepared in and reported out of committee 
entitled: "Authorizing proponent's argument in favor 
of Proposition K. an ordinance regarding Domestic 
Partners." Recommended. 

13. File 60-90-21 . Hearing to consider submitting ballot argument 
concerning initiative ordinance regarding Waterfront Land Use 
Plan. (Supervisor Britt) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Ballot argument (as presented by 
Supervisor Britt) recommended. 

Motion prepared in and reported out of committee 
entitled: "Authorizing opponent's argument against 
Proposition H. an initiative regarding Waterfront 
Land Use Plan." To Board 8/20/90 without 
recommend at ion. 

14. File 60-90-22 . Hearing to consider submitting ballot arguments 
concerning ballot propositions which may be submitted prior to 
August 8 submittal deadline. (Supervisor Britt) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Ballot argument (as presented by 
Supervisor Walker) recommended. 

Motion prepared in and reported out of committee 
entitled: "Authorizing proponent's argument in favor 
Proposition J. an ordinance regarding Housing 
Af f ordabi 1 i ty Fund." Recommended. 

15. File 225-90-2 . Hearing to consider submitting ballot argument 
concerning charter amendment which would create a position of 
confidential secretary to Chief Adult Probation Officer. 
(Supervisor Hsieh) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Ballot argument (as presented by 
Supervisor Hsieh) recommended. 

Motion prepared in and reported out of committee 
entitled: "Authorizing proponent's argument in favor 
Proposition G, a charter amendment which would create 
a position of confidential secretary to Chief Adult 
Probation Officer." To Board 8/20/90 without 
recommend at ion. 

16. File 226-90-2 . Hearing to consider submitting ballot argument 
supporting charter amendment concerning revenue bonds 
procedures for the Port Commission. (Supervisor Hallinan) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Ballot argument (as presented by 
Supervisor Hallinan) recommended. 
Motion prepared in and reported out of committee 
entitled: "Authorizing proponent's argument in favor 
Proposition C. a charter amendment concerning revenue 
bonds procedures for the Port Commission." 
Recommended . 



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17. File 252-90-2 . Hearing to consider submitting ballot argument 
concerning charter amendment regarding airport police 
retirement. (Supervisor Nelder) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Ballot argument (as presented by 
Supervisor Nelder) recommended. 

Motion prepared in and reported out of committee 
entitled: "Authorizing proponent's argument in favor 
Proposition F. a charter amendment regarding airport 
police retirement." Recommended. 

18. File 253-90-2 . Hearing to consider submitting ballot argument 
concerning charter amendment regarding police, fire and airport 
binding arbitration. (Supervisor Nelder) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Ballot argument (as presented by 
Supervisor Nelder) recommended. 

Motion prepared in and reported out of committee 
entitled: "Authorizing proponent's argument in favor 
Proposition D. a charter amendment regarding police, 
fire and airport police arbitration." Recommended. 

CLOSED SESSION: 



19. File 49-89-1. 1 . [Settlement of Claim] Ordinance authorizing 
supplemental settlement of City and County of San Francisco's 
claim against Whitecliff Company, Inc., and Fidelity National 
Title Insurance Company in Seto v. City and County of San 
Francisco, et al., by permitting City to retain deed 
restrictions on three of the units in guestion and to indemnify 
and hold harmless Whitecliff and Fidelity from liability for 
suit by the three remaining homeowners; companion measure to 
File 49-89-1. (City Attorney). 

ACTION: Continued to call of the chair. 

20. File 45-90-39 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of litigation of Keith Weiner and Michelle Tan 
against the City and County by payment of $6,000. (City 
Attorney) . 

ACTION: Continued to call of the chair. 

21. File 45-90-40 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of litigation of Bank of America against the City 
and County of San Francisco for $6,871,059 in three equal 
non-interest bearing installments. (City Attorney). 

ACTION: Recommended. 

22. File 45-90-41 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of litigation of Crocker National Bank against the 
City and County of San Francisco for $2,879,367 in three equal 
non-interest bearing installments. (City Attorney). 

ACTION: Recommended. 

23. File 45-90-42 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of litigation of Allstate Insurance Company against 
the City and County of San Francisco and Jerry Sarin by payment 
of $11,978.20. (City Attorney). 

ACTION: Continued to call of the chair. 



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24. File 45-90-43 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of litigation of Schuricht against the City and 
County by payment of $20,000. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Continued to call of the chair. 

25. File 45-90-44 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of litigation of Marie Antunez against the City and 
County by payment of $30,000. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Continued to call of the chair. 

26. File 45-90-45 . [Settlement of Litigation] Ordinance 
authorizing settlement of claim arising out of U.S.A. versus 
City and County, et al; Davis, et al versus City and County, by 
payment of $23,000 and the cost of a 28 day alcohol 
rehabilitation program, to total cost of the rehabilitation 
program not to exceed $5,000. (Supervisor Britt) 

ACTION: Amended on page 1, line 5 by replacing "$23,000" with 
"$30,000." Recommended as amended. 



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1. File 226-90-3 . Hearing to consider submitting rebuttal argument 
concerning Proposition C. charter amendment regarding Port 
revenue bond procedures. (Supervisor Hallinan) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Rebuttal argument (as presented by 
Supervisor Hallinan) accepted. Motion prepared in 
and reported out of committee entitled: "Authorizing 
rebuttal to ballot argument against Proposition C. a 
charter amendment concerning revenue bonds procedure;; 
tot the Pott Commission." Recommended to Board as 
committee report on Monday, August 27. 1990. 

2. Fi le 253-90-3 . Hearing to consider submitting rebuttal argument 
concerning Proposition D. charter amendment regarding 
firefighters, police officers and airport collective bargaining 
and interest arbitration. (Supervisor Nelder) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Rebuttal argument (as presented by 

Supervisor Nelder) accepted. Motion prepared in and 
reported out of committee entitled: "Authorizing 
rebuttal to ballot argument against Proposition D, a 
charter amendment regarding police, fire and airport 
police arbitration." Recommended to Board as 
committee report on Monday, August 27, 1990. 

3. File 60-90-18.2 . Hearing to consider submitting rebuttal 
argument concerning Proposition E, nuclear free zone initiative 
charter amendment. (Supervisor Britt) 



ACTION: 



Filed. 



File 252-90-3 . Hearing to consider submitting rebuttal argument 
concerning Proposition F, charter amendment regarding airport 
police retirement. (Supervisor Britt) 



File 225-90-3 . Hearing to consider submitting rebuttal argument 
concerning Proposition G, charter amendment which would create a 
position of confidential secretary to Chief Adult Probation 
Officer. (Supervisor Usieh) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Rebuttal argument (a:: presented by 

Supervisor Hsieh) accepted. Motion prepared in and 
reported out of committee entitled: "Authori. Lno, 
rebuttal to ballot argument against Proposition Q, ■ 
charter amendment which would create a position of 
Confidential Secretary to Chief Adult Probation 
Officer." To Board as committee report on Monday, 
Augunt 27. 1990 without t i ■ruininiii.l.i t i on . 



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6. File 60-90-21.1 . Heating to consider submitting rebuttal 
argument concerning Proposition H. an initiative ordinance 
regarding Waterfront Land Use Plan. (Supervisor Britt) 

ACTION: Filed. 

7. Fi le 60-90-19 . 1 . Hearing to consider submitting rebuttal 
argument concerning Proposition I, an ordinance exempting 
Mission Bay from City Planning Code Section 101.1 (Proposition 
M, November 1986). (Supervisor Alioto) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Rebuttal argument (as presented by 

Supervisor Alioto) accepted. Motion prepared in and 
reported out of committee entitled: "Authorizing 
rebuttal to ballot argument against Proposition I, 
an ordinance exempting Mission Bay from City Planning 
Code Section 101.1 (Proposition M. November 1986)." 
Recommended to Board as committee report on Monday. 
August 27, 1990. 

8. File 60-90-22.1 . Hearing to consider submitting rebuttal 
argument concerning Proposition J, ordinance regarding Housing 
Af f ordabi 1 i ty Fund. (Supervisor Walker) 

ACTION: Filed. 

9. File 60-90-20.1 . Hearing to consider submitting rebuttal ballot 
argument concerning Proposition K. an ordinance regarding 
Domestic Partners. (Supervisor Britt) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Rebuttal argument (as presented by 

Supervisor Britt) accepted. Motion prepared in and 
reported out of committee entitled: "Authorizing 
rebuttal to ballot argument against Proposition K. an 
ordinance regarding Domestic Partners." 
Recommended to Board as committee report on Monday, 
August 27. 1990. 

CLOSED SESSION: 

10. File 49-89-1. 1 . [Settlement of Claim] Ordinance authorizing 
supplemental settlement of City and County of San Francisco's 
claim against Whitecliff Company. Inc., and Fidelity National 
Title Insurance Company in Seto v. City and County of San 
Francisco, et al. , by permitting City to retain deed 
restrictions on three of the units in question and to indemnify 
and hold harmless Whitecliff and Fidelity from liability for 
suit by the three remaining homeowners; companion measure to 
File 49-89-1. (City Attorney). 

ACTION: Recommended to Board as committee report on Monday, 
August 27. 1990. 

11. Fi le 45-90-39 . (Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorising 
settlement of litigation of Keith Weiner and Michelle Tan 
against the City and County by payment of $6,000. (City 

At I or nt! y ) . 

ACTION: Recommended to Board as committee report on Monday, 
August 27, 1990. 

12. File 4S-90-42 . [Settlement ol Lawsuit] Ordinance authorising 

'■Miement of Litigation oi hllstata ineucanca Coepany against 

the City and County of San Francisco and Jerry Liar in by payment 
of $11,978.20. (City Attorney). 

ACTION: Recouended i" Boacd aa coral t tea cepocl on Monday, 

August .:/. 1990. 



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13. File 45-90-43 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of litigation of Schuricht against the City and 
County by payment of $20,000. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended to Board as committee report on Monday, 
August 27. 1990. 

14. File 45-90-44 . [Settlement of LawsuitJ Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of litigation of Marie Antunez against the City and 
County by payment of $30,000. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended to Board as committee report on Monday, 
August 27, 1990. 



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BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 

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1390 Market Street, Suite 1025. San Francisco. CA 94102 (415)554-7642 



September 6, 1990 

TO: Administration and Oversight Committee 

FROM: Budget Analyst 

SUBJECT: September 11, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee 
Meeting 

Item 6 - File 89-90-11 

1. The proposed resolution would authorize employees in various 
classifications to enroll in the State Disability Insurance (SDI) Program. The cost 
of SDI coverage would be paid by the employees through normal payroll 
deductions. The proposed legislation would not involve significant cost to the City 
as the Controller's payroll/personnel system is programmed to include this 
deduction. 

2. SDI pays disability benefits to employees who suffer a non-industrial 
injury or illness. SDI-eligible employees have been paying into the SDI system 
since July 1, 1981. Currently, the payroll deduction is 0.9% of the first $25,149 of 
gross salary for each employee (maximum of $226.34 annually). While SDI 
coverage is mandatory for all employees within bargaining units enrolled in the 
SDI program, it is not mandatory that employee classifications which are not 
represented by a bargaining unit be included in the SDI program unless a 
majority of employees within the classification requests coverage. 

3. The following classification which is not represented by a bargaining 
unit would be authorized to enroll in the State Disability Program under this 
proposed resolution. 

Position Classification No. of Employees 

Director, Women, 
2850 Infant and Children's 1 

Program 



Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

September 11, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

4. The Employees Relations Division (ERD) reports that it has received a 
letter requesting coverage signed by the Department of Public Health's Director of 
Women, Infant and Children's Program. 

Recommendation 

Approve the proposed resolution. 




Harvey M. Rose 



cc: President Britt 

Supervisor Hallinan 
Supervisor Hsieh 
Supervisor Alioto 
Supervisor Gonzalez 
Supervisor Hongisto 
Supervisor Kennedy 
Supervisor Maher 
Supervisor Nelder 
Supervisor Walker 
Supervisor Ward 
Clerk of the Board 
Legislative Policy Analysts 
Chief Administrative Officer 
Controller 
Carol Wilkins 
Ted Lakey 



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CALENDAR 

MEETING OF 

ADMINISTRATION AND OVERSIGHT 

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 

CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 11. 1990 - 2:00 P.M. ROOM 228. CITY HALL 
PRESENT: SUPERVISORS BR1TT. HALLINAN AND HSIEH 
CLERK: KAY GULBENGAY 

1. File 33-90-6 . Consideration of confirmation of the Mayor's 
appointment of members to the Port Commission Arthur H. 
Coleman, vice himself, and James R. Herman, vice himself, terms 
expired, for four-year term ending May 1, 1994. (Clerk of the 
Board) 

Applicants: Arthur H. Coleman 
James R. Herman 

ACTION: Hearing held. Appointment of Arthur H. Coleman and 
James R. Herman recommended. Resolution prepared in 
and reported out of committee entitled: "Appointing 
members to the Port Commission. Recommended. 

2. File 92-90-21 . Consideration of appointment of member. Mental 
Health Advisory Board of San Francisco, Dr. Pamela G. Krell, 
PH.D. resigned, (psychologist), for unexpired term ending 
January 1992. (Clerk of the Board.) 

Applicant: Jonathan Pesner, Ph.D 

ACTION: Hearing held. Appointment of Jonathan Pesner. Ph.D. 
recommended. Resolution prepared in and reported out 
of committee entitled: "Appointing member to the 
Mental Health Advisory Board." Recommended. 

3. File 92-90-28 . Consideration of appointment of member. 
Citizens Telecommunications Policy Committee. Adam Kravitz. 
resigned, for the unexpired portion of term. 

Applicant: Harmon Shragge, Jr. 

ACTION: Hearing held. Appointment of Harmon Shragge. Jr. 

recommended. Resolution prepared in and reported out 
of committee entitled: "Appointing member to the 
Telecommunications Policy Committee." Recommended. 

4. File 92-90-29 . Consideration of the selection of San 
Francisco's representative on the County Supervisors 
Association of California Board of Directors for 1991. 
(Supervisor Kennedy) 

Applicant: Supervisor Bill Maher 

ACTION: Hearing held. Appointment of Supervisor Bill Maher 

recommended. Resolution prepared in and reported out 
of committee entitled: "Appointing member to the 
Board of Directors, County Supervisors Association of 
California." Recommended. 



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5. File 92-90-31 . Consideration of appointment of member to the 
Hazardous Materials Advisory, (representative of the Mayor's 
Office), for four year term ending July 1, 1994. 

Applicant: Jeffrey L. Bornstein (Mayor's) 

ACTION: Continued to call of the chair. 

6. File 89-90-11 . [State Disability .Insurance] Resolution 
authorizing enrollment of Classification 2850 Director, Women, 
Infant and Children's program in the State Disability Insurance 
Program. (Mayor's Office of Employee Relations Division) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Recommended. 

7. File 93-90-18 . [Memorandum of Understanding] Resolution 
ratifying Memorandum of Understanding with Freight Checkers, 
Clerical Employees and Helpers, Local 856 (Units 1-G, 8-K and 
11-C) (Mayor's Office of Employee Relations Division) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Recommended. 

8. File 93-90-19 . [Memorandum of Understanding] Resolution 
ratifying Memorandum of Understanding with Deputy Sheriff's 
Association of San Francisco, Inc. (Mayor's Office of Employee 
Relations Division) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Recommended. 

9. File 93-90-20 . [Memorandum of Understanding] Resolution 
ratifying Memorandum of Understanding with Laborers 
International Union, Local 261. (Mayor's Office of Employee 
Relations Division) 

ACTION: Heraring held. Recommended. 

10. File 93-90-21 . [Memorandum of Understanding] Resolution 
ratifying Memorandum of Understanding with International 
Association of Bridge, Structual. Ornamental, Reinforced Iron 
Workers. Riggers and Machinery Movers, Local 377. (Mayor's 
Office of Employee Relations Division) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Recommended. 

11. File 93-90-22 . [Memorandum of Understanding] Resolution 
ratifying Memorandum of Understanding with Bricklayers, Stone 
Masons, Terrazzo Mechanics, Marble Masons, Pointers. Caulkers 
and Cleaners, Local Union No. 7 and Hod Carriers Local Union 
36. (Mayor's Office of Employee Relations Division) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Recommended. 

CLOSED SESSION 

12. File 45-90-46 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Resolution authorizing 
settlement of litigation of Antoine Roan and Makeko Newton 
against the City and County by payment of $7,000. (City 

At tor ney ) 

ACTION: Recommended. 



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File 48-90-19 . [Settlement of Claim] Resolution authorizing 
settlement of the unlitigated claim of Grubb and Ellis Agents 
for Sangyong Yashima Future Development in the sum of $20,592. 
(City Attorney) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Amount of settlement reduced. Amended 
on page 1 lines 6, 12. and 17 by replacing "$20,592" 
with "$19,374.98." Recommended as amended. 

File 48-90-20 . [Settlement of Claim] Resolution authorizing 
settlement of the unlitigated claim of of Michael D. Butcher in 
the sum of $7,500. (City Attorney) 



ACTION: 



Recommended . 



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FROM: Budget Analyst - 

SUBJECT: September 25, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee 
Meeting 



Item 5 - File 89-90-12 

1. The proposed resolution would authorize one employee to enroll in the 
State Disability Insurance (SDI) Program. The cost of SDI coverage would be paid 
by the employees through normal payroll deductions. The proposed legislation 
would not involve significant cost to the City as the Controller's payroll/ personnel 
system is programmed to include this deduction. 

2. SDI pays disability benefits to employees who suffer a non-industrial 
injury or illness. SDI-eligible employees have been paying into the SDI System 
since July 1,1981. Currently the payroll deduction is 0.9% of the first $25,149 of 
gross salary for each employee (maximum $226.34 annually). While SDI coverage 
is mandatory for all employees within bargaining units enrolled in the SDI 
program, it is not mandatory that employee classifications which are not 
represented by a bargaining unit be included in the SDI program unless a 
majority of employees within the classification requests coverage. 

3. The following classification which is not represented by a bargaining 
unit would be authorized to enroll in the State Disability Program under this 
proposed resolution. 



Position Classification No. of Employees 

1801 Supervising Performance l 

Auditor 



Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

September 25, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

4. The Employees Relations Division (ERD) reports that it has received a 
letter requesting coverage signed by the Controller Office's Supervising 
Performance Auditor. 



Rpfnm mendation 

Approve the proposed resolution. 



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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

September 25, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

Items 8. 9. 10 and 11 - Files 39-90-1. 39-90-2. 39-90-3 and 39-90-4 

1. These items transmit the Final Reports of the 1989-90 Civil Grand Jury of 
the City and County of San Francisco. The reports transmitted by each item are as 
follows: 

Item 8 - File 39-90-1 transmits the Final Report concerning the Deputy 
Mayor system. 

Item 9 - File 39-90-2 transmits the Final Report concerning the Office of the 
Registrar of Voters. 

Item 10 - File 39-90-3 transmits the Final Report concerning the Library 
Bond Issue of 1988. 

Item 11 - File 39-90-4 transmits the 1989-90 Civil Grand Jury Reports, in 
total. 

2. The 1989-90 Civil Grand Jury's recommendations from the Final Reports 
concerning the Deputy Mayor system, the Office of the Registrar of Voters and the 
Library Bond Issue of 1988 are as follows: 

Deputy Mayor System 

a. The Mayor should prepare a complete and detailed job description 
for the Deputy Mayor positions to be filed with the Civil Service Commission 
and distributed to all commissioners and department heads to clarify 
working relationships. 

b. The Civil Service Commission should conduct a study of the Deputy 
Mayor positions to ascertain their level of responsibility and their 
appropriate salary level. 

c. The Mayor should ensure that the Deputy Mayors do not interfere 
with administrative affairs within departments. 

d. In the 1990-91 budget cycle, the Board of Supervisors should bring 
the total expenditures for the Mayor's Office in line with those of 
comparable municipalities. 

e. Prior to the 1991-92 budget cycle, the Board of Supervisors should 
direct the Budget Analyst to compare the functions of the Mayor's Office 
and specifically that of the Deputy Mayors in relation to other cities. The 
Mayor should fully cooperate with such an analysis. 

f. The Mayor and Board of Supervisors should establish a committee 
to study and revise the City and County of San Francisco Charter to 
delineate the duties and obligations of the Mayor's Office. Special attention 
should he paid to the Deputy Mayor positions. 

hoard of supkkvisoks 
budgkt analyst 



Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

September 25, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 



g. In order to facilitate communication in City government, the 
Mayor should consider conducting regular meetings of all department 
heads in addition to cluster meetings. 

Office of the Registrar of Voters 

Absentee Ballots - 

a. The Registrar of Voters should add the following notice to 
the absentee ballot and the Voter Information Pamphlet: "Absentee 
ballots must be signed by the registered voter. No other signature will 
be allowed. Spouses, friends, or persons holding your power of 
attorney may not sign your ballot for you." 

b. The Registrar should send a notice to each voter whose ballot 
is disqualified specifying the reason(s) for rejection. 

Purging the Voter Role - 

The Registrar should continue efforts to obtain from the 
Superior Court of San Francisco and other jurisdictions usable 
information that the staff can employ to purge the names of 
"ineligible" felons from the rolls. 

Security - 

The Registrar of Voters should maintain original voter 
affidavits under lock and key. 

Placement of Propositions on the Ballot - 

a. The Registrar should publish and post in prominent 
locations the policy on ballot placement so that there is no 
misunderstanding as to how propositions are ordered. 

b. The Registrar should publish and post any subsequent 
changes well in advance of implementation. 

Citizens Advisory Committee on Elections (CACE) - 

a. CACE should schedule on its agenda a review and 
discussion of the empowering ordinance so that all members are 
aware of their responsibilities. 

b. CACE should take steps to ensure that notices of meetings 
and agendas are posted and copies of minutes are forwarded to the 
Documents Department of the San Francisco Public Library. 

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September 25, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

c. The Clerk of the Board of Supervisors should include all 
members of CACE on the mailing list of the Board of Supervisors. 

d. The Clerk of the Board of Supervisors should notify CACE 30 
days before any member's term expires and within 5 days after the 
appointment of a new member. 

Ballot Simplification Committee (BSC) - 

a. The Clerk of the Board of Supervisors should forward to BSC 
copies of files relating to any ballot measure, so that each member of 
BSC understands the context of each ballot measure before drafting 
the summary. 

b. The Budget Analyst should forward copies of the pertinent 
Analyst's files to BSC for the same reasons as stated in the previous 
recommendation. 

c. The Board of Supervisors should revise the appropriate 
ordinance to formally recognize the Registrar of Voters as an ex 
officio member of BSC. 

Library Bond Issue of 1988 

a. The Director of Public Works should scrutinize and double-check 
assumptions on which he relies to certify (pursuant to San Francisco 
Administrative Code section 2.30-1) that the cost estimate for contemplated 
construction which may be part of a proposed bond project is accurate and 
complete. The Director should communicate those assumptions to the 
Capital Improvement Advisory Committee (CIAC) and the Board of 
Supervisors. 

b. The Capital Improvement Advisory Committee should develop and 
follow "reasonable rules and regulations" (San Francisco Charter Section 
3.500) which include the following procedural steps to assure a complete, 
thorough review of the proposed bond measures: 

a. Notice of meetings and the agenda should be provided 72 
hours in advance of the meetings in accordance with Rule 9 of the 
CIAC and Section 8.16 of the San Francisco Administration Code. 

c. A complete record of proceedings of each meeting should be 
kept (Charter Section 3.500), including names of the members who 
attended and how they voted on any issue requiring a vote. 

c. The Mayor, the Board of Supervisors, and the Chief 
Administrative Officer, who submit statements in the Voter Information 
Pamphlet, should carefully review the facts to ensure the accuracy of their 
statements. 

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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

September 25, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

3. The 1989-90 Civil Grand Jury Reports include findings and 
recommendations (in addition to those in Point 2, above) for the following City 
departments and activities: 



Voter Information Pamphlet 

San Francisco Fire Department - Emergency Medical Services 

San Francisco Public Housing Authority 

Jails 

Building Permit and Planning Approval Process 

Civil Grand Jury 




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Harvey M. Rose 



cc: President Britt 

Supervisor Hallinan 
Supervisor Hsieh 
Supervisor Alioto 
Supervisor Gonzalez 
Supervisor Hongisto 
Supervisor Kennedy 
Supervisor Maher 
Supervisor Nelder 
Supervisor Walker 
Supervisor Ward 
Clerk of the Board 
Legislative Policy Analyst 
Chief Administrative Officer 
Controller 
Carol Wilkins 
Ted Lakey 



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TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 25. 1990 - 2:00 P.M. ROOM 228. CITY HALL 
PRESENT: SUPERVISORS BRITT. HALLINAN AND HSIEH 
CLERK: KAY GULBENGAY 

1. File 92-90-25 . Consideration of appointment of members to the 
Adult Day Health Care Planning Council, Inez McLaren. John 
McKay. William H. Pryor, and Lucille Ramstetter, terms expired, 
for three-year terms ending September 30, 1993. (Clerk of the 
Board ) 

Applicants: John McKay 

Lucille Ramsetter 

ACTION: Hearing held. Appointment of William H. Pryor and 
Inez McLaren continued to call of the chair. 

File 92-90-25.1 . Hearing held. Appointment of Jack 
McKay and Lucille Ramstetter recommended. Resolution 
prepared in and reported out of committee entitled: 
"Appointing members to the Adult Day Health Care 
Planning Council." Recommended. 

2. File 92-90-26 . Consideration of appointment of seven members. 
Task Force on Transfer Benefits. (Clerk of the Board) 

(Seven members one member each representing the Health 
Commission. Civil Service Commission, and Retirement Board; two 
members representing employee associations; one member 
representing the public; and one member representing persons 
with catastrophic illnesses.) 

Applicants: Kiernan Murphy (Retirement System) 
Al Walker (Civil Service) 
James Foster (Health Department) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Appointment of two members 

representing employee associations; one member 
representing the public; and one member representing 
persons with catastrophic illnesses continued to call 
of the chair. 

File 92-90-26 . 1 . Hearing held. Appointment of 
Kiernan Murphy (Retirement System). Al Walker (Civil 
Service Commission) and James Foster (Health 
Department) recommended. Resolution prepared and 
reported out of committee entitled: "Appointing 
members to the Task Force on Transfer Benefits." 
Recommended . 



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3. File 92-90-32 . Consideration of appointment of members to the 
Airport Noise Committee, vice Michael Arendareff. Gloria 
Fontanell. Rufus Davis. Jr.. Ben Gale. Jerome Sapiro. Mark M. 
Young. Charles Kroupa. Barbara W. Sahm. Theodore Alex Pedersen. 
Carole Gamble. Timothy E. Treacy. Ronald Wilson, William 
Arietta. Curt Holzinger. and Susan Wendt-Bogear . terms expiring 
September 30, 1990. for the three-year term ending September 
30. 1993. (Clerk of the Board) 

Applicants: Michael Arendareff, DDS (Supervisor Kennedy) 

William Arietta, (Police Department) 

Ben Gale (Health Department) 

T. Alex Pedersen (Public Works) 

Timothy Treacy (Supervisor Britt) 

Carol Gamble (Supervisor Hsieh) 

Susan Wendt Bogear (Supervisor Maher) 

Charles Kroupa (Supervisor Hongisto) 

Curt Holzinger (Supervisor Hallinan) 

Don Bertone (Supervisor Alioto) 
Lynn Axelrod 

Hon Wilson (Airport 

Barbara Sahm (City Planning) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Appointments of T. Alex Pedersen 

(DPW) , Ronald Wilson (Airport). Barbara Sahm (City 
Planning). Rufus Davis. Jr. (Supervisor Ward). Jerome 
Sapiro (Supervisor Gonzalez) and Mark Young 
(Supervisor Walker) continued to call of the chair. 

File 92-90-32 . 1 ■ Hearing held. Appointments of 
Michael Arendareff, DDS (Supervisor Kennedy), William 
Arietta, (Police Department), Ben Gale (Health 
Department), Timothy Treacy (Supervisor Britt), Carol 
Gamble (Supervisor Hsieh), Susan Wendt-Bogear 
(Supervisor Maher). Charles Kroupa (Supervisor 
Hongisto). Curt Holzinger (Supervisor Hallinan). and 
Don Bertone (Supervisor Alioto) recommended. 
Resolution prepared in and reported out of committee 
entitled: "Resolution appointing members to the 
Airport Noise Committee." Recommended. 

4. File 54 -90-4 ■ [Meeting Schedule] Resolution revising the 
regular meeting scheduled of the Board of Supervisors by 
cancelling the meetings of November 26, December 24 and 
December 31. 1990. (Clerk of the Board) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Recommended. 

5. File 89-90-12 . [State Disability Insurance] Resolution 
authorizing enrollment of Classification 1801 Supervising 
auditor in the State Disability Insurance Program. (Mayor's 
Office of Employee Relations Division) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Recommended. 

6. File 93-90-23 . [Memorandum of Understanding] Resolution 
ratifying Memorandum of Understanding with Operating Engineers 
Local Union No. 3 of the International Union of Operating 
Engineers. AFL-CIO. (Mayor's Office of Employee Relations 
Divis ion) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Recommended. 



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File 178-90-2 . Hearing to consider alleged discrimination, 
racism, harassment and unfair labor practice at Laguna Honda 
Hospital. (Supervisor Kennedy) 

ACTION: Filed at request of author. 

File 39-90-1 . [Civil Grand Jury Report] Hearing to consider 
Final Report of the 1989-90 Civil Grand Jury of City and County 
of San Francisco concerning the Deputy Mayor System. (Grand 
Jury) (See File 165-90-1) 



ACTION: 



Continued to 10/9/90 meeting. 



9. File 39-90-2 . [Civil Grand Jury Report] Hearing to consider 
Final Report of the 1989-90 Civil Grand Jury of City and County 
of San Francisco concerning the Office of the Registrar of 
Voters. (Grand Jury) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Filed. (Combined with File 39-90-4.) 

10. File 39-90-3 . [Civil Grand Jury Report] Hearing to consider 
Final Report of the 1989-90 Civil Grand Jury of City and County 
of San Francisco concerning the Library Bond Issue. (Grand 
Jury) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Filed. (Combined with File 39-90-4.) 

11. File 39-90-4 . [Civil Grand Jury Report] Hearing to consider 
transmitting 1989-90 Civil Grand Jury Reports of the City and 
County of San Francisco. (Grand Jury) 

ACTION: Continued to 10/9/90 meeting. (Files 39-90-2 and 
39-90-3 combined herewith.) 

12. File 98-90-1 . Hearing to consider exercising the option in the 
contract between the Board of Supervisors and the Budget 
Analyst to extend the contract for one year from January 1. 
1991 to December 31. 1991. (Clerk of the Board) 



ACTION: 



Hearing held. Continued to 10/9/90 meeting. 



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TUESDAY. OCTOBER 9. 1990 - 10:00 A.M. ROOM 228. CITY HALL 
PRESENT: SUPERVISORS BRITT. HALLINAN AND HSIEH 
CLERK: KAY GULBENGAY 



1. File 39-90-1 . [Civil Grand Jury Report] Hearing to consider 
Final Report of the 1989-90 Civil Grand Jury of City and County 
of San Francisco concerning the Deputy Mayor System. (Grand 
Jury) 

(Continued from 9/25/90) 

ACTION: Continued to 10/23/90 meeting. 

2. File 39-90-4 . [Civil Grand Jury Report] Heating to consider 
transmitting 1989-90 Civil Grand Jury Reports of the City and 
County of San Francisco. (Grand Jury) 

(Continued from 9/25/90) 

ACTION: Continued to 10/23/90 meeting. 

3. File 98-90-1 . Hearing to consider exercising the option in the 
contract between the Board of Supervisors and the Budget 
Analyst to extend the contract for one year from January 1, 
1991 to December 31. 1991. (Clerk of the Board) 

(Continued from 9/25/90) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Motion (as presented in committee) 

prepared in and reported out of committee entitled: 
"Exercising the option set forth in the agreement 
between the Board of Supervisors and The Harvey M. 
Rose Accountancy Corporation Certified Public 
Accountants/Stanton Jones and Associates/Debra A. 
Newman/Rodriguez, Perez & Company Certified Public 
Accountants, Joint Venture, to extend the term of the 
agreement from January 1. 1991 to December 31, 
1991." Recommended. 

CLOSED SESSION : 

4. File 45-90-48 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of litigation of Quincy Norris against the City and 
County by payment of $85,000. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

5. File 46-90-17 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of litigation of City and County of San Francisco 
against Lillia M. Hereford by accepting consideration in the 
total amount of $88,000 payable in cash and in the form of a 
lien on real property and discharging said Lillie M. Hereford 
from further liability. (Office of Treasurer) 

ACTION: Recommended. 



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OCT?.** 90 

October 18, 1990 

TO: _^?- Administration and Oversight Committee 

FROM: Budget Analyst — recOD ?/v-s 

SUBJECT: October 23, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee 
Meeting < <2^ 

Items 10 and 11 - Files 39-90-1 and 39-90-4 

Note: These items were continued from the October 9, 1990 
Administration and Oversight Committee meeting. 

1. These two items are hearings on the Final Report of the 1989-90 
Civil Grand Jury of the City and- County of San Francisco concerning the 
Deputy Mayor System (File 39-90-1) and the 1989-90 Civil Grand Jury 
Reports, in total (File 39-90-4). 

2. The 1989-90 Civil Grand Jury's recommendations from the Final 
Report concerning the Deputy Mayor System, are as follows: 

Deputy Mayor System 

a. The Mayor should prepare a complete and detailed job description 
for the Deputy Mayor positions to be filed with the Civil Service 
Commission and distributed to all commissioners and department 
heads to clarify working relationships. 

b. The Civil Service Commission should conduct a study of the Deputy 
Mayor positions to ascertain their level of responsibility and their 
appropriate salary level. 

c. The Mayor should ensure that the Deputy Mayors do not interfere 
with administrative affairs within departments. 



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d. In the 1990-91 budget cycle, the Board of Supervisors should bring 
the total expenditures for the Mayor's Office in line with those of 
comparable municipalities. 

e. Prior to the 1991-92 budget cycle, the Board of Supervisors should 
direct the Budget Analyst to compare the functions of the Mayor's 
Office and specifically that of the Deputy Mayors in relation to other 
cities. The Mayor should fully cooperate with such an analysis. 

f. The Mayor and Board of Supervisors should establish a committee 
to study and revise the City and County of San Francisco Charter to 
delineate the duties and obligations of the Mayor's Office. Special 
attention should be paid to the Deputy Mayor positions. 

g. In order to facilitate communication in City government, the 
Mayor should consider conducting regular meetings of all 
department heads in addition to cluster meetings. 

3. The 1989-90 Civil Grand Jury Reports also include findings and 
recommendations for the following City departments and activities: 

Office of the Registrar of Voters 

Voter Information Pamphlet 

Library Bond Issue of 1988 

San Francisco Fire Department - Emergency Medical Services 

San Francisco Public Housing Authority 

Jails 

Building Permit and Planning Approval Process 

Civil Grand Jury 

Comments 

On September 25, 1990, the Administration and Oversight Committee 
held a public hearing on the Final Report concerning the Office of the 
Registrar of Voters and the Final Report concerning the Library Bond Issue 
of 1988. On October 9, 1990, the Administration and Oversight Committee 
held a public hearing on the Final Report concerning the Deputy Mayor 
System. 



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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

October 23, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

Item 12 - File 89-90-13 

1. The proposed resolution would authorize two employees in Classification 
2998 to enroll in the State Disability Insurance (SDI) Program. The cost of SDI 
coverage would be paid by the employees through normal payroll deductions. The 
proposed legislation would not involve significant cost to the City as the 
Controller's payroll/personnel system is programmed to include this deduction. 

2. SDI pays disability benefits to employees who suffer a non-industrial 
injury or illness. SDI-eligible employees have been paying into the SDI system 
since July 1, 1981. Currently, the payroll deduction is 0.9% of the first $25,149 of 
gross salary for each employee (maximum of $226.34 annually). While SDI 
coverage is mandatory for all employees within bargaining units enrolled in the 
SDI program, it is not mandatory that employee classifications which are not 
represented by a bargaining unit be included in the SDI program unless a 
majority of employees within the classification requests coverage. 

3. The following classification which is not represented by a bargaining 
unit would be authorized to enroll in the State Disability Program under this 
proposed resolution. 

Position Classification No. of Employees 

2998 Representatives for the 2 

Commission on the Status 
of Women 



4. The Employees Relations Division (ERD) reports that it has received 
letters requesting coverage signed by the two Representatives for the Commission 
on the Status of Women. 

Recommendation 

Approve the proposed resolution. 



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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

October 23, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 



Item 13 - File 97-90-52 



Department: 
Item: 

Description: 



Comment: 



Employee's Retirement System 

Ordinance to amend the San Francisco Administrative 
Code, Section 16.55-6 entitled Reciprocal Benefits (pertaining 
to retirement benefits). 

Proposition F approved by the voters in November 1986 allows 
the City to establish reciprocal benefit agreements between 
the Employees Retirement System and other retirement 
systems. The rights of reciprocal benefits allows persons 
resigning from employment in one governmental 
jurisdiction to retain certain vested interests in their old 
retirement system when they become employed by another 
governmental jurisdiction and join that new jurisdictions 
retirement system (the City of San Francisco being either the 
old or new employer). Upon retiring, the employees would 
receive prorated retirement benefits from both retirement 
systems. 

Currently "New Plan" Police Officers and Firefighters (those 
hired on or after November 2, 1976) have the rights of 
reciprocal benefits but "Old Plan" Police Officers and 
Firefighters (those hired before November 2, 1976) have not 
been eligible for reciprocal benefits because they did not have 
a vesting provision among their benefits in the retirement 
system. Proposition J passed by the voters in November, 
1988, gave "Old Plan" employees the necessary vesting 
rights. The proposed amendment to the Administrative Code 
would complete the implementation of Proposition J by 
extending reciprocal benefits rights to "Old Plan" Police 
Officers and Firefighters. 

As of the writing of this report, Mr. Kieran Murphy of the 
Employees Retirement System has not completed the 
actuarial report on the cost and effect of the proposed 
changes in retirement benefits. Mr. Murphy states that the 
proposed Administrative Code amendment would not result 
in any substantial increase in costs to the City because, in 
Mr. Murphy's estimation, few "Old Plan" members would 
take advantage of the reciprocal benefits provisions ami 
those few who do will not receive substantially higher 
benefits. According to Mr. Murphy, the proposed 
amendment to the Administrative Code is a minor, 
technical change. 



Recommendation; Approve the proposed ordinance. 



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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

October 23, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

Item 14 -File 97-90^14 

1. The proposed ordinance would amend the San Francisco Administrative 
Code by adding Article XTV, Sections 5.130 through 5.132, to establish a Bicycle 
Advisory Committee. 

2. The proposed Bicycle Advisory Committee would consist of 11 voting 
members appointed by the Board of Supervisors. Members would serve for three- 
year terms except that the members first appointed would, by lot, classify their 
terms so that three members would serve a one-year term, four members would 
serve a two-year term, and four members would serve a three-year term. 
Committee membership would consist of representatives of organizations or 
persons who are bicyclists, as follows: 

3 representatives from bicycling organizations 

1 representative from the bicycle industry 

2 representatives from environmental organizations 
5 at-large bicyclists 

11 

In addition to the eleven voting members, the Police Department, the Department 
of Parking and Traffic, and the Department of City Planning would each provide a 
non-voting representative to attend the Bicycle Advisory Committee meetings. 
The Board of Supervisors would also request that the San Francisco Unified 
School District and the Golden Gate National Recreation Area each send a non- 
voting representative to the Bicycle Advisory Committee meetings. 

3. In the event of a resignation, the inability of a member to continue 
service, or any other reasons resulting in a vacancy, replacement members to the 
Committee would be appointed by the Board of Supervisors to complete the 
unexpired term of the office vacated. 

4. The Bicycle Advisory Committee would select officers as it deems 
necessary and would establish rules and regulations for its own organization and 
procedures. All Bicycle Advisory Committee meetings would, except as provided 
by law, be open to the public. 

5. The powers and duties of the Bicycle Advisory Committee would be as 
follows: 

a. Develop a plan for bicycle related improvements, including bicycle 
routes, secure bicycle parking, and transit interface. The Advisory 
Committee would make recommendations to the Parking and Traffic 
Department, the Transportation Authority, and the Board of 
Supervisors on obtaining funding from local, State, and Federal 
agencies; 



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October 23, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

b. Review the policies and programs related to bicycling in the 
Transportation Element of the City's Master Plan and make 
recommendations to the Planning Commission on the goals and their 
implementation; 

c. Develop a public awareness education and outreach plan to promote 
the safe sharing of public roadways and submit the plan to the 
Transportation Authority. 

Comment 

The proposed legislation contains no provision for compensating the 
members of the Bicycle Advisory Committee. To the extent that the Committee 
would work independently of staff support, this ordinance would have no fiscal 
impact on the City other than the in-kind costs of City department representatives 
from the Police Department, the Department of Parking and Traffic, and the 
Department of City Planning who would attend Advisory Committee meetings. 

Recom mendation 

Approval of the proposed ordinance is a policy matter for the Board of 
Supervisors. 



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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

October 23, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

Item 15 - File 196-90-6 

1. The proposed resolution would urge the Mayor to support the full use of 
Transportation Development Act - Article 3, Bicycle/Pedestrian Funds, for 
bicycle/pedestrian improvements, beginning with the next budget year, FY 1991- 
92. 

2. The Transportation Development Act (TDA) was passed in 1971. Article 3 
of the TDA includes provisions for pedestrian and bicycle allocations. Article 3 
provides that two percent of the funds remaining in the Transportation 
Development Act Fund after deducting certain administrative costs shall be made 
available to counties and cities for facilities provided for the exclusive use of 
bicycles and pedestrians, unless the local transportation agency finds that the 
money could be better used for support of public transportation systems or 
community transit services, or for local street and road purposes. 

3. Mr. Al Herce of the Parking and Traffic Department has provided the 
Budget Analyst with the City's TDA-Article 3 funding allocations and 
expenditures for bicycle/pedestrian projects since fiscal year 1984-85. Those 
amounts for each fiscal year beginning with FY 1984-85 are shown below. 

TDA Article 3 - Transportation Development Act Fund 









Actual 






Bicycle/ 


Bicycle/ 


Fiscal 


Available 


Pedestrian 


Pedestrian 


Year 


Fund 


Allocation 


Expense 


1984-85 


$342,382 


$100,000 


$59,134 


1985-86 


347,875 


84,000 


76,654 


1986-87 


391,463 


None 


- 


1987-88 


528,762 


246,200 


206,472 


1988-89 


380,063 


108,000 


On-Going 


1989-90 


509,051 


101,500 


On-Going 


1990-91 


437,000 * 


146,000 


On-Going 



* Approximate Funding Allocation. 



4. According to Mr. Herce, each annual bicycle/pedestrian allocation is for a 
number of projects. As shown above, the actual bicycle/pedestrian expenses are 
less than the anual bicycle/pedestrian allocation because according to Mr. Herce 
the bicycle/pedestrian projects are normally completed for less than the initial 
cost estimates. Mr. Herce states that each annual TDA Article 3 allocation has a 
three-year expenditure period and that expenditures against each annual 
allocation is not reported until the three years have expired. 



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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

October 23, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

5. Mr. Ed Harrington of the PUC has stated that the PUC has been able to 
apply the MUNI allocation and expenditures to the MUNTs operational costs, 
which reduces the amount of funds that would have to be appropriated from the 
General Fund for MUNI operations. Mr. Harrington further states that there are 
fund sources available for bicycle/pedestrian purposes that would not impact on 
the City's contribution to MUNI operations from the General Fund. A copy of Mr. 
Harrington's letter on the subject of bicycle/pedestrian funding is attached. 



Recommendation 

The decision whether to urge the Mayor to support the full use of TDA- 
Article 3, Bicycle/Pedestrian Funds, for bicycle/pedestrian improvements is a 
policy decision for the Board of Supervisors. 



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To: Stan Jones * 

From: Ed Harrlngto/rX 

Re: Use of TDA Article 3 Funds for Bicycle Projects 

You had asked for my thoughts on funding bicycle projects from TDA Article 3 
funds. Let me be clear that I believe bicycles are one of the ways to answer 
our transportation needs. My problem with the proposal to use all TOA Article 
3 funds for bike projects Is that It Is the equivalent of appropriating 
General Fund dollars for these projects and better fund sources exist. 

The Muni Railway has always used General Fund dollars as a last resort after 
we have tried all other outside sources. We are quite aware of the scarce 
General Fund resources that must be spread for public health, police & fire, 
recreation and other City needs. TOA Article 3 funds that are currently 
allocated to Muni allow us to request less General Fund monies for the regular 
operations of the Muni. If these funds are allocated for bicycle projects, 
the General Fund would presumably still fund Muni , thereby taking funds away 
from other General Fund sponsored activities. 

I do not see the need to negatively Impact the General Fund when other sources 
are available for bike projects that would not otherwise be available to the 
City. The bicycle advocates appear to be either unaware of these sources or 
unwilling to exert the effort to take advantage of them. Examples of these 
sources are: 

o Proposition 116 Included $20 million for bicycle related 
projects. 

o Proposition 111 Includes $3 billion for congestion management 
projects which specifically Include non-motorized bicycle 
facilities. Prop 111 also Included transportation system 
management and gas tax streets and road funds which could 
logically be used for bikes lanes and similar projects. 

o Local half-cent sales tax (Prop 8) plans allocate $4.5 million 
for bicycle, pedestrian and and E & H accessabl 1 1 ty projects. 

o Other potential sources include Regional Measure One bridge 
tolls, Federal Aid Urban streets and roads fund? and even the 
local off-street parking fund. 

With all these potential sources for bicycle projects, it seems unreasonable 
tli locus on TDA Article 3 funds — the only source Muni can use for operations. 



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Memo to Administrative and Oversight Committee 

October 23, 1990 Administrative and Oversight Committee Meeting 

Item 16 - File 220-90-2 

1. This item is a proposed resolution designating the San Francisco County 
Transportation Authority as the Congestion Management Planning Agency for the 
City and County of San Francisco. 

2. Recently enacted State law requires counties to develop, adopt, implement, 
and enforce County-wide Congestion Management Plans. The law also requires 
counties to designate a County-wide organization to be the Congestion Management 
Planning Agency for each county. The Congestion Management Planning Agency 
would be responsible for preparing the Congestion Management Plan for the County. 

3. The Congestion Management Planning Agency would also be responsible 
for establishing local transportation control measures. State law requires adoption of 
local transportation control measures in order to achieve State and federal ambient 
air quality standards. These transportation control measures would be part of the 
County's Congestion Management Plan. 

4. According to Ms. Brigid Hynes-Cherin, Executive Director of the San 
Francisco County Transportation Authority, if the County does not designate a 
Congestion Management Planning Agency, the County would lose its eligibility to 
receive its share of the proceeds from the recently enacted gas tax increase. Ms. 
Hynes-Cherin reports that the County's share of the gas tax proceeds is estimated to 
be $400 million to $500 million over the next ten years. 

Rppom mendation 

Approve the proposed resolution. 




Harvey M. Rose 



cc: President Britt 

Supervisor Hallinan 
Supervisor Hsieh 
Supervisor Alioto 
Supervisor Gonzalez 
Supervisor Hongisto 
Supervisor Kennedy 
Supervisor Maher 
Supervisor Nelder 
Supervisor Walker 
Supervisor Ward 
Clerk of the Board 
Legislative Policy Analysts 
Chief Administrative Officer 
Controller 
Carol Wilkins 
Ted Lakey 

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Item 15 - File 196-90-6 

1. The proposed resolution would urge the Mayor to support the full use of 
State Transportation Development Act - Article 3, Bicycle/Pedestrian Funds, for 
bicycle/pedestrian improvements, beginning with the next budget year, FY 1991- 
92. 

2. The State Transportation Development Act (TDA) was passed in 1971. 
Article 3 of the TDA includes provisions for pedestrian and bicycle allocations. 
Article 3 provides that two percent of the funds remaining in the Transportation 
Development Act Fund after deducting certain administrative costs shall be made 
available to counties and cities for facilities provided for the exclusive use of 
bicycles and pedestrians, unless the local transportation agency finds that the 
money could be better used for support of public transportation systems or 
community transit services, or for local street and road purposes. 

3. Mr. Ed Harrington of the Public Utilities Commission (PUC) has provided 
the Budget Analyst with the Metropolitan Transportation Commission's 
accounting of the City's TDA-Article 3 allocations and the expenditures for 
bicycle/pedestrian projects and MUNI since fiscal year 1984-85. Those amounts 
for each fiscal year beginning with FY 1984-85 are shown in the attachment. 

4. According to Mr. Al Herce of the Parking and Traffic Department, prior to 
FY 1984-85 MUNI received all of the Article 3 TDA funds. Mr. Herce reports that 
each annual bicycle/pedestrian allocation is for a number of projects. As shown 
in the attachment, the actual bicycle/pedestrian expenses are less than the 
annual bicycle/pedestrian allocation because, according to Mr. Herce, the 
bicycle/pedestrian projects are normally completed for less than the initial cost 
estimates. Mr. Herce states that each annual TDA Article 3 allocation has a 
three-year expenditure period and that expenditures against each annual 
allocation is not reported until the three years have expired. 

5. Mr. Harrington has stated that the PUC has been able to apply the MUNI 
allocation and expenditures of Article 3 TDA funds to the MUNI's operational 
costs, which reduces the amount of funds that would otherwise have to be 
appropriated from the General Fund for MUNI operations. To the extent that the 
Board of Supervisors changes its policy and decides to allocate all available TDA 
Article 3 funds to bicycle/pedestrian projects, there would be a revenue reduction 
in MUNI's budget. To offset this shortfall, MUNI would then either have to 
reduce its budget by that amount or seek other funding, including General Fund 
support. 

6. Mr. Harrington further states that while TDA Article 3 funds were at one 
time the only available on-going State revenue source for bicycle pedestrian 
projects, recent State and local legislation have established the following 
additional funding sources: 

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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

October 23, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

- Proposition 116 included $20 million for bicycle related projects. 

- Proposition 111 includes $3 billion for congestion management projects 
which specifically include non-motorized bicycle facilities. Proposition 111 
also included transportation system management and gas tax street and 
road funds which could be used for bike lanes and similar projects. 

- Local half-cent sales tax (Proposition B) plan allocates $4.5 million for 
bicycle, pedestrian and Elderly and Handicapped accessibility projects. 

- Other potential sources include Regional Measure One bridge tolls, 
Federal Aid Urban streets and road funds and local off-street parking 
funds. 



Whether or not to urge the Mayor to support the full use of TD A- Article 3, 
Bicycle/Pedestrian Funds, for bicycle/pedestrian improvements is a policy 
decision for the Board of Supervisors. 



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SUBJECT: October 9, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee 
Meeting '%y 

Items 1 and 2 - Files 39-90-1 and 39-90-4 

Note: These items were continued from the September 25, 1990 
Administration and Oversight Committee meeting. 

1. These two items transmit the Final Report of the 1989-90 Civil 
Grand Jury of the City and County of San Francisco concerning the Deputy 
Mayor system (File 39-90-1) and the 1989-90 Civil Grand Jury Reports, in 
total (File 39-90-4). 

2. The 1989-90 Civil Grand Jury's recommendations from the Final 
Report concerning the Deputy Mayor system, are as follows: 

Deputy Mayor System 

a. The Mayor should prepare a complete and detailed job description 
for the Deputy Mayor positions to be filed with the Civil Service 
Commission and distributed to all commissioners and department 
heads to clarify working relationships. 

b. The Civil Service Commission should conduct a study of the Deputy 
Mayor positions to ascertain their level of responsibility and their 
appropriate salary level. 

c. The Mayor should ensure that the Deputy Mayors do not interfere 
with administrative affairs within departments. 

d. In the 1990-91 budget cycle, the Board of Supervisors should bring 
the total expenditures for the Mayor's Office in line with those of 

co in parable municipalities. 



October 9, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 
Administration and Oversight Committee 



e. Prior to the 1991-92 budget cycle, the Board of Supervisors should 
direct the Budget Analyst to compare the functions of the Mayor's 
Office and specifically that of the Deputy Mayors in relation to other 
cities. The Mayor should fully cooperate with such an analysis. 

f. The Mayor and Board of Supervisors should establish a committee 
to study and revise the City and County of San Francisco Charter to 
delineate the duties and obligations of the Mayor's Office. Special 
attention should be paid to the Deputy Mayor positions. 

g. In order to facilitate communication in City government, the 
Mayor should consider conducting regular meetings of all 
department heads in addition to cluster meetings. 

3. The 1989-90 Civil Grand Jury Reports also include findings and 
recommendations for the following City departments and activities: 

Office of the Registrar of Voters 

Voter Information Pamphlet 

Library Bond Issue of 1988 

San Francisco Fire Department - Emergency Medical Services 

San Francisco Public Housing Authority 

Jails 

Building Permit and Planning Approval Process 

Civil Grand Jury 

Comments 

On September 25, 1990, the Administration and Oversight Committee 
held a public hearing on the Final Report concerning the Office of the 
Registrar of Voters and the Final Report concerning the Library Bond Issue 
of 1988. 




Harvey M. Rose 



President Britt 
Supervisor Hallinan 
Supervisor Hsieh 
Supervisor Alioto 
Supervisor Gonzalez 
Supervisor Hongisto 
Supervisor Kennedy 
Supervisor Maher 
Supervisor Nelder 



Supervisor Walker 
Supervisor Ward 
Clerk of the Board 
Legislative Policy Analyst 
Chief Administrative Officer 
Controller 
Carol Wilkins 
Ted Lakey 



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BUDGET ANALYST 



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MEETING OF 
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ABOARD OF SUPERVISORS 
CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1990 - 2:00 P.M. ROOM 228, CITY HALL 
PRESENT: SUPERVISORS BRITT, HALLINAN AND HSIEH 
ABSENT: SUPERVISOR BRITT - ITEM 1 
CLERK: KAY GULBENGAY 



1. File 33-90-7 . Consideration of confirmation of the Mayor's 
appointment of Angelo Quaranta, to the San Francisco Parking 
Authority, vice himself, term expiring October 26, 1990, for 

# the four-year term ending October 26, 1994. (Mayor) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Filed. 

2. File 33-90-8 . Consideration of confirmation of Mayor's 
reappointments of Leroy King and Vivian Fei Tsen, to the San 
Francisco Redevelopment Agency, terms expired, for four-year 
term ending September 3, 1994. vice themselves. (Mayor) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Appointment of Leroy King and Vivian 
Fei Tsen recommended. Resolution prepared in and 
reported out of committee entitled: "Appointing 
members to the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency." 
Recommended . 

3. File 92-89-11 . Consideration of nominations by the Board of 
Supervisors for four appointments by the Mayor to the Advisory 
Council to the Mayor's Office of Child Care. (Clerk of the 
Board) 

(Must be engaged in delivering child care services or be 
otherwise knowledgeable of child care.) 

Applicant: Michael C. Andersen 
Terri J. Echelbarger 
Martha Roditti 

ACTION Hearing held. Appointment of Michael Andersen, 
Terri J. Echelbarger and remaining appointment 
continued to call of the chair. 

File 92-89-11 . 2 . Hearing held. Nomination of Martha 
Roditti recommended. Resolution prepared in and 
reported out of committee entitled: "Submitting name 
of applicant to the Mayor for consideration of 
appointment to the Advisory Council to the Mayor's 
Office of Child Care." Recommended. 



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4. File 92-90-12.1 . Consideration of appointment of members to 
the Emergency Medical Care Committee, representing the (San 
Francisco Dental Society), and (member of agency/community 
service organization serving the interests of senior citizens 
in San Francisco), for three-year terms ending June 30. 1993. 
(Clerk of the Board) 

Applicants: Dr. Steve Brattesani (Dental Society) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Appointment of member representing 
agency/community service organization serving the 
interests of senior citizens in San Francisco 
continued to call of the chair. 

File 92-90-12.2 . Hearing held. Appointment of Dr. 
Steve Brattesani recommended. Resolution prepared in 
and reported out of committee entitled: "Appointing 
member to the Emergency Medical Care Committee." 
Recommended . 

5. File 92-90-31 . Consideration of appointment of member to the 
Hazardous Materials Advisory Committee, (representative of the 
Mayor's Office), for four year term ending July 1, 1994. 
(Cleric of the Board) 

Applicant: Jeffrey L. Bornstein (Mayor's) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Appointment of Jeffrey L. Bornstein 

recommended. Resolution prepared in and reported out 
of committee entitled: "Appointing member to the 
Hazardous Materials Advisory Committee 

6. File 92-90-32 . Consideration of appointment of members to the 
Airport Noise Committee, vice Rufus Davis, Jr. (Supervisor 
Ward), Jerome Sapiro (Supervisor Gonzalez), James Estey, 
(Supervisor Nelder) Mark M. Young (Supervisor Walker), Barbara 
W. Sahm (City Planning), Theodore Alex Peder6en (Department of 
Public Works), and Ron Wilson (Airport) terms expired September 
30, 1990, for the three-year term ending September 30, 1993. 
(Clerk of the Board) 

Applicants: Barbara Sahm (City Planning) 

David Wilson (Airport) 

Theodore Alex Pedersen (DPW) 
James Estey (Supervisor Nelder) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Appointment of Rufus Davis, Jr. 
(Supervisor Ward), Jerome Sapiro (Supervisor 
Gonzalez), Mark M. Young (Supervisor Walker), Barbara 
W. Sahm (City Planning), Theodore Alex Pedersen 
(Department of Public Works), and Ron Wilson 
(Airport) continued to call of the chair. 

File 92-90-32.2 . Hearing held. Appointment of James 
Estey, (nominee of Supervisor Nelder) recommended. 
Resolution prepared in and reported out of committee 
entitled: "Appointing member to the Airport Noi6e 
Committee." Recommended. 



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7. File 92-90-33 . Consideration of appointment of members to the 
Drug Abuse Advisory Board, vice Robert Schmidt (Public). 
Stephen S. Martin (Public), Wilbert K. Battle (Law 
Enforcement), Jeff Corino (Public), and Jerry De Jong 
(Provider), terms expiring October 1, 1990. for the three year 
term ending October 1, 1993. (Clerk of the Board) 

Applicant: Jeff Corino (Public) 

William Battle (Public) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Appointments of Robert Schmidt 
(Public), Wilbert K. Battle (Law Enforcement), 
(Public), and Jerry De Jong (Provider) continued to 
call of the chair. 

File 92-90-33.1 . Hearing held. Appointment of Jeff 
Corino and William Battle recommended. Resolution 
prepared in and reported out of committee entitled: 
"Appointing members to the Drug Abuse Advisory 
Board." Recommended. 

8. File 92-90-35 . Consideration of appointment of members to the 
Handicapped Access Appeals Board, vice James Vigus and Peter 
Belton, terms expiring November 1, 1990, for the four-year term 
ending November 1. 1994. (Cleric of the Board) 

Applicants: Peter Belton (Disabled) 

Christopher Neibert (Construction) 
J.C. Bergess (Disabled) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Appointment of Peter Belton and 

Christopher Niebert recommended. Resolution prepared 
in and reported out of committee entitled: 
"Appointing members to the Handicapped Access Appeals 
Board." Recommended. 

9. File 92-90-37 . Consideration of appointment of member to the 
Task Force on Domestic Violence, vice Janet Carter (nominee of 
Supervisor Walker), resigned, for an indefinite term. (Clerk 
of the Board) 

Applicant: Jacqueline Agtuca 

ACTION: Hearing held. Appointment of Jacqueline Agtuca 

recommended. Resolution prepared in and reported out 
of committee entitled: "Appointing member to the 
Task Force on Domestic Violence." Recommended. 

10. File 39-90-1 . [Civil Grand Jury Report] Hearing to consider 
Final Report of the 1989-90 Civil Grand Jury of City and County 
of San Francisco concerning the Deputy Mayor System. (Grand 
Jury) 

(Continued from 10/9/90) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Filed. (Combined with File 39-90-4.) 



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11. File 39-90-4 . [Civil Grand Jury Report] Hearing to consider 
transmitting 1989-90 Civil Grand Jury Reports of the City and 
County of San Francisco. (Grand Jury) 

(Continued from 10/9/90) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Motion prepared in and reported out of 
committee entitled: "Directing the Clerk of the 
Board of Supervisors to submit comments on the 
recommendations of the 1989-90 Civil Grand Jury to 
the Presiding Judge of the Superior Court who 
empaneled that Civil Grand Jury." Recommended. 
(File 39-90-1 combined herewith.) 

12. File 89-90-13 . [State Disability Insurance] Resolution 
authorizing enrollment of classification 2998 in the State 
Disability Insurance Program. (Mayor's Office of Employee 
Relations Division) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Recommended. 

13. File 97-90-52 . [Reciprocity Provisions] Ordinance amending 
the Administrative Code by amending Section 16.55-6 thereof, to 
provide for reciprocity between the Retirement System and other 
Public agency pension plans. (Supervisor Britt) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Recommended. 

14. File 97-90-44 . [Bicycle Advisory Committee] Ordinance 
amending Administrative Code by adding Article XIV. Sections 
5.130 through 5.132 thereto, to create a Bicycle Advisory 
Committee. (Supervisors Walker and Britt) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Amended on page 5 line 23 by adding 
new paragraph "The Advisory Committee shall present 
to the Board of Supervisors by January 1, 1992, a 
report of the Committee's activities, and a summary 
of its progress toward fulfilling the duties to it by 
this section." Recommended as amended. (Supervisor 
Hsieh added as co-sponsor.) 

15. File 196-90-6 . [Transportation Development Act Funding] 
Resolution urging his Honor, the Mayor, to support the full use 
of Transportation Development Act (TDA) - Article 3 
Bicycle/Pedestrian Funds for bicycle/pedestrian improvements. 
(Supervisors Walker and Britt) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Recommended. (Supervisor Hsieh added 
as co-6ponsor . ) 

16. File 220-90-2 . [Congestion Management Planning Agency] 
Resolution designating the San Francisco County Transportation 
Authority as the Congestion Management Planning Agency for the 
City and County of San Francisco. (Supervisor Britt) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Recommended. 



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CLOSED SESSION : 

17. File 45-90-47 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of litigation of Edra Schaeffer and Heidi Schaeffer 
against the City and County by payment of $6,250. (City 
Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

18. File 45-90-49 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of litigation of Bonnie Piersol against the City and 
County by payment of $7,750. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

19. File 45-90-50 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of litigation of Henderson against the City and 
County by payment of $10,000. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

20. File 45-90-51 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of litigation of Suzanne Ferry against the City and 
County by payment of $10,000. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Continued to call of the chair. 

21. File 48-90-21 . [Settlement of Claim] Resolution authorizing 
settlement of the unlitigated claim of Georgia F. McLaughlin in 
the sum of $20,000. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

22. File 48-90-22 . [Settlement of Claim] Resolution authorizing 
settlement of the unlitigated claim of Pacific Gas & Electric 
Company in the sum of $7,500. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 



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1. File 13 90 9 . Consideration of confirmation of Mayor's 

appointment of Nan McGurie. to the Park and Open Space Advisory 

Committee, for the two-year term ending July lb, 1992. (Mayor) 

ACTION: 



Kile 92 90 12. Consideration of appointment of member to the 
Emergency Medical Care Committee Janet Welsh, (Emergency 
Nurse), terms expiring June 30, 1990, for the three year term 
ending June 30, 1993. (Clerk of the Board) 
(Continued from 6/12/90) 



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ACTION: 



Brian Trice (Emergency Nurse) 

DO'-"" r "T(l OEPT. 

MOV • 

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Fi.le 92 90-18 . Consideration of appointment of injpu)b.fcr£ Lbl.Lrlo 
Park .j rid Open Space Advisory Committee . vice Bonnie- Jean 
Leddy, resigned, for the unexpired portion of the two-year term 
July IS, 1990. (Clerk of the Board) 
(Continued to 8/14/90) 



App 1 icant: 



Jacog Siggs 



(Supervisor Nelder 
California Native Plant 
Society) 



1. lil. I 9i i. Consideration of appointment of member. Mental 
lie, ill li Advisory Hoard of San Francisco. Dr. Pamela G. Krell. 
ph. i). resigned, (psychologist), for unexpired term ending 
January 1992. (Clerk of the Board.) 



App 1 1 cam : 
ACTION: 



Roy A. Neuner 



( Psycho log i s t ) 



!•• 1 \ i- 92 90 26. Consideration >>i appointment ol seven menbers, 
Task Force on TransCei Benefits. (Clerk of the Board) 
(Com 1 nued t rem 9/2S/90) 



App 1 1 ''.in I . 
ACT 1 1 )N : 



a 1 bei t Mi chae 1 Zechei 



(I'uhl 1 c 1 



File 48-90-23 . [Settlement of Claim] Resolution approving the 
settlement of the unlitigated claim of Hency Yuan by payment of 
$8,500. (City Attorney). 

ACT 1 ON : 



b'i le 4 8 90 24 . [Settlement of Claim] Resolution approving the 
settlement of the unlitigated claim of Allstate Insurance 
Company (insured Debra and Scott Katzman) by payment of 
$5,880.33. (City Attorney). 



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TO: Administration and Oversight Committee 

FROM: Budget Analyst J£ ^ 

SUBJECT: November 13, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee 
Meeting 

Item 8 - File 93-90-24 

The proposed resolution would approve participation of the City and County 
of San Francisco in a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the 
Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) and member counties to create an 
Advisory Hazardous Waste Management Facility Allocation Committee. 

The purpose of the Advisory Hazardous Waste Management Facility 
Allocation Committee is to enable the Bay Area counties to work together to 
identify general areas for the location of hazardous waste management facilities 
within the region. In addition, as stated in the proposed resolution, this 
Committee has been formed to identify and develop an allocation formula for 
siting opportunities and to develop policies on fair share responsibilities for 
regionally sized hazardous waste management facilities. 

This Committee would act in an advisory capacity to the individual member 
counties and according to the proposed MOU, the actual siting decisions for 
hazardous waste will continue to be vested in local governments through the 
exercise of existing land use authority. As stated in the MOU, the specific 
responsibilities of the Advisory Hazardous Waste Management Facility Allocation 
Committee are as follows: 

- To identify and designate potentially suitable general areas for regional 
hazardous waste management facilities within the participating counties 
boundaries, consistent with the County Hazardous Waste Management Plana in 
order to regionally allocate capacity shortfalls in accordance with the principal of 
fair share. 



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November 13, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

- To broker waste management capacity between participating counties and 
develop agreements to allocate regional shortfalls. 

Each county has two representatives and two alternates appointed to the 
Committee, one member and one alternate from the governing body for each 
county and one member and one alternate representing all of the cities within 
each county. For San Francisco, the Board of Supervisors would be responsible 
for appointing one member and one alternate to this Committee as the County 
representatives. As stated in the MOU, the Mayor shall appoint the City 
representative and City alternate. 

Comments 

1. This Committee has been active for several months. According to Ms. 
Suzanne Larson, the Hazardous Waste Program Manager at ABAG, to date, 
Alameda County, Contra Costa County, Marin County, Santa Clara County, 
Solano County, Sonoma County, Napa County and San Mateo County have joined 
the Advisory Hazardous Waste Management Facility Allocation Committee. San 
Francisco is the only county in the ABAG region that has not joined this 
Committee. 

2. ABAG will provide staff support for the Committee, which will be 
supported by the member counties annual dues. Ms. Larson reports that the 
annual dues for fiscal year 1990-91 are $6,376. 

3. The next meeting of the Advisory Hazardous Waste Management facility 
Allocation Committee is scheduled for November 30, 1990. 

Recommendation 

Approval of the proposed resolution is a policy matter for the Board of 
Supervisors. 



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November 13, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

Item 10 - File 106-90-3 

1. The proposed resolution would authorize the Civil Services Commission 
to expend budgeted funds in the amount of $89,500 to conduct the salary survey for 
salary standardization for fiscal year 1991-92. 

2. Salary Standardization Procedure 

The Civil Service salary standardization procedure with respect to 
miscellaneous positions operates under the general guidelines of Section 8.401 of 
the City Charter. This Section provides that City and County miscellaneous 
employees be paid "...in accord with the generally prevailing rates of wages for 
like service and working conditions in private employment or in other comparable 
governmental organizations in this state." Section 8.407 applies to all employees 
covered by Section 8.401 and provides a set procedure and a mathematical formula 
by which wages for those employees will be set. The procedure requires that data 
on wages paid for comparable employment be collected from five Bay Area 
counties (Marin, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Alameda, and Contra Costa), from the 
ten most populous cities in those counties, from other public jurisdictions in the 
Bay Area (including the State and Federal governments), and from the private 
sector. Should Civil Service staff determine that insufficient data exist, out-of-Bay 
Area data may be acquired, provided that the jurisdiction surveyed employs 3,000 
or more persons. 

Section 8.407 provides the basis for the wage and salary survey conducted to 
establish wage rates for miscellaneous City and County employees. The survey is 
based on "benchmark" classes which are considered to be key classes within 
occupational groupings. Survey data on wages and salaries are collected for 
positions judged comparable to the benchmark classes in other jurisdictions and 
in the private sector. If the prevailing wage is determined by the survey is above 
the wage paid by the City and County, a wage increase for the affected class is 
warranted; if the prevailing wage is below that paid by the City and County, no 
wage increase is warranted. In general, if the benchmark class is recommended 
for an increase, all classes tied to the benchmark class will be recommended for a 
corresponding increase; if the benchmark class is not recommended for an 
increase, none of the classes tied to that benchmark class will be recommended 
for a wage increase. 

Subsequent to releasing the preliminary salary survey, notices are 
distributed to employees and employee groups regarding the procedure for 
requesting adjustments to the recommendations. These internal adjustment 
requests are analyzed by the Civil Service Commission. Where appropriate, 
internal salary adjustments over those indicated by the survey are incorporated 
into the salary recommendations. The amended recommendations are made 
available at a public hearing after which they are submitted to the Board of 
Supervisors. 



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November 13, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

The Commission updates the salary survey each year in an effort to comply 
with the Charter's provision (contained in Section 8.407) that salaries be set in 
accordance with the "prevailing rates" in other jurisdictions. The Charter does 
not require the survey update. For purposes of setting the salaries for San 
Francisco employees, however, the Civil Service Commission has defined 
"prevailing rate" as that rate effective July 1 of the corresponding fiscal year in 
other jurisdictions. With this definition, the preliminary survey must be updated 
after the July 1 salaries in other jurisdictions have been determined. In a letter of 
opinion dated February 16, 1977, the City Attorney concurred with the concept of 
using July 1 salaries as the "prevailing rate" for purposes of setting San 
Francisco salaries. 

3. Charter Section 8.401 governs in part the method of setting salaries for 
positions within the City and County service and provides the following: 

"Not later than January 15th, 1944 and every five years thereafter and 
more often if in the judgement of the Civil Service Commission or the 
Board of Supervisors economic conditions have changed to the extent 
that revision of existing schedules may be warranted in order to 
reflect current prevailing conditions, the Civil Service Commission 
shall prepare and submit to the Board of Supervisors a schedule of 
compensation as in this section provided." 

4. The following is a tabulation of general increases in salaries since the 
updated salary survey for fiscal year 1990-91 in the majority of the public 
jurisdictions from which the Civil Service Commission collect salary data under 
the provisions of the Charter: 

Public Jurisdictions 
Salary Increases Since March of 1990 

Marin County 5.0% 

Contra Costa County 5.0% 

Alameda County 4.0% 

Santa Clara County 5.5% 

San Mateo County 6.0% 

State of California 0% 

City of San Jose 5.0% 

City of Oakland 2.0% 

The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) has reported an approximate average four 
percent annual increase in wages in private employment in the greater Bay Area 
during the past year through June of 1990. 

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5. Mr. Pat Finney of the Civil Service Commission reports that the 
increases since March of 1990 would result in increases for the City's 
miscellaneous employees of approximately three percent. The Civil Service 
Commission found that a review of the tabulation of Bay Area salary increases 
and BLS certifications disclosed that increases in salaries in other jurisdiction 
are sufficiently significant to warrant a salary survey of public jurisdictions and 
private employment in order to make salary recommendations for fiscal year 
1991-92. 

Common ffi 

1. This will be the eighth year in which the private sector portion of the 
salary survey will be provided by contract through the State Personnel Board with 
the Joint Powers Agency consisting of the City of Anaheim, Hayward Unified 
School District, County of Sacramento, Sacramento Utilities District, and the 
County of Sonoma. (Charter Sections 8.401 and 8.407 require the Commission to 
collect such data from "recognized governmental Bay Area salary and wage 
surveys of private employers...") Commission staff report that the cost of the 
contract with the Joint Powers Agency will be $84,000 including a salary survey 
update which may be done later in the fiscal year. The Commission's 1990-91 
budget for all Charter-required surveys, including uniformed members of the 
Police and Fire Departments, Registered Nurses and Transit Operators as well as 
miscellaneous employees, totals $89,500. The remaining funds in the amount of 
$5,500 would be used to staff field work, mail questionnaires, telephone use 
including long distance, printed forms and salary survey books, additional 
printing costs associated with the salary standardization ordinances and follow- 
up contacts with surveyed agencies. 

2. Proposition D, which was approved by the voters on November 6, 1990, is a 
Charter amendment that will require the City to negotiate through collective 
bargaining wages, hours, benefits and working conditions for Police Officers, 
Firefighters and Airport Police. However, Proposition D also states that 
retirement benefits and death allowances be based on the higher of either salaries 
determined through collective bargaining or salaries paid under the current 
salary survey process. As a result, the Civil Service Commission will be required 
to continue to include the Police, Fire and Airport Police employees in the City's 
annual salary survey. After the collective bargaining process is completed, a 
comparison would be made with the results of the annual salary survey to 
determine which methodology resulted in higher salaries, which would then be 
the basis for determining the Police and Fire retirement and death benefits. 



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Recommendation 

Approve the proposed resolution. 



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Harvey M. Rose 



President Britt 
Supervisor Hallinan 
Supervisor Hsieh 
Supervisor Alioto 
Supervisor Gonzalez 
Supervisor Hongisto 
Supervisor Kennedy 
Supervisor Maher 
Supervisor Nelder 
Supervisor Walker 
Supervisor Ward 
Clerk of the Board 
Legislative Policy Analysts 
Chief Administrative Officer 
Controller 
Carol Wilkins 
Ted Lakey 



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FROM: g Budget Analyst - 

SUBJECT: Item 9 - File 93-90-25 on the November 13, 1990 Administration and 
Oversight Committee Meeting concerning the MOU with San 
Francisco Interns and Residents Association 



Although the Budget Analyst does not generally report on Memoranda of 
Understanding (MOU), in response to the request of the Administration and 
Oversight Committee, the Budget Analyst provides the following information 
regarding the fiscal impact of the proposed MOU. The proposed resolution would 
ratify the MOU between the City and County of San Francisco and the San 
Francisco Interns and Residents Association. The San Francisco Interns and 
Residents Association (SFIRA) represents the interns and residents employed at 
San Francisco General Hospital (SFGH). The proposed MOU would extend from 
the approval date through June 30, 1993. 

The MOU stems from a Settlement Agreement previously approved by the 
Board of Supervisors which delineates the authority of the University of California 
and the City respectively and resolves the dispute between the City and the San 
Francisco Interns and Residents Association. The proposed MOU specifically 
addresses such areas as the Responsibilities of SFGH, Official Representatives. 
Dues Check Off, Agency Shop, Health and Safety, Disciplinary Action, Program 
Phase Out, Volunteers, Job Descriptions, Housestaff Levels, Lounge and 
Responsibilities, Security, Meals, Uniforms, Leave, Bilingual Pay, etc. 



Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 
November 30, 1990 

Based on discussions with Ms. Maggie Jacobsen of the Employee Relations 
Division, Mr. Jerry Rankin of San Francisco General Hospital, Mr. Jon Holtzman 
of the City Attorney's Office and Mr. Jeff Sloan of the law firm of Liebert, Cassidy 
and Frierson, the Budget Analyst concludes that the proposed MOU would 
basically codify existing relations and conditions between the City and SFIRA. 
The only new provision would be to require an election to establish an agency 
shop, which would require all residents to pay agency fees to SFIRA and that the 
Controller would be responsible for making the appropriate deductions for Union 
dues, fees, etc. from the residents' paychecks. As required by the Administrative 
Code, SFIRA would be responsible for paying $.06 per transaction or a minimum 
of $6 per pay period run prior to the City to cover the City's cost for such 
administrative transactions. As a result, the proposed MOU, in and of itself, 
would not have any additional fiscal impact on the City. 

However, the proposed MOU does contain some language that may 
constrain future operations at SFGH, although the precise fiscal impact of such 
language cannot be determined at this time. For example, Section 18 - Program 
Phase Out of the MOU states that 

"To the extent that such matters are within the direct control of the 
City and County of San Francisco, an incumbent resident covered by 
this MOU shall not be prevented from completing his/her current 
residency year because of a decision by the City to reduce the number 
of residents authorized by the Salary Ordinance or because a 
program is 'phased out' at the request of the City. SFGH will give 
incumbent residents and the Union six months before it phases out a 
residency program or before it eliminates positions in that program." 

Thus, if significant reductions in services or programs at SFGH were warranted, 
the proposed MOU would limit any reductions in the incumbent residents from 
being implemented for at least six months. The specific cost of such a limitation 
cannot be determined at this time. Interns and residents current annual salaries 
range from $31,148 to $44,850 per employee. 

In addition, as stated under Section 22 - Job Description, 

"SFGH will conscientiously attempt to assign adequate support 
services staffing to appropriate classifications rather than to 
housestaff. Except in cases specifically relevant to training, the 
housestaff (residents) shall not regularly and recurrently perform 
duties normally assigned to positions in other classifications. ..to 
include but not limited to phlebotomy, iv placements and patient 
transport." 



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Regarding SFGH support staff, the MOU further states that any disputes or 
grievances would be subject to a Complaint Procedure Side Letter #2, which states 
that if there is a substantial reduction in support staffing that the City and SFIRA 
will attempt to develop a plan to mitigate such effects. If SFRIA is not satisfied, a 
grievance or complaint can then be filed with the Director of Public Health, who 
can ultimately present the matter to the Mayor for determination. As stated in 
the Complaint Procedure Side Letter #2, if the Mayor's determination is based 
upon a bona fide funding reduction, freeze in reimbursement rates or mandated 
increase in patient care, the decision of the Mayor shall not be subject to reversal 
through arbitration. As a result, the above provision may add protections from 
significant financial obligations by the City. 

Section 36 - Meals of the MOU states that the City will provide free meal 
cards for breakfast and dinner and for lunch on weekends for interns and 
residents working or on call in SFGH. Further, the MOU states that SFIRA 
recognizes that these meal cards are for the exclusive use of the individual to 
whom the card is issued and that improper use or abuse of this privilege may 
result in the discontinuance of such privileges. The Budget Analyst notes that the 
Controller's Internal Audit Division issued an audit report on SFGH's 
Department of Food and Nutrition Services on April 27, 1989. The audit report 
identified inconsistencies in the Annual Salary Ordinance regarding the 
provision of meal benefits to interns and residents at SFGH and found that of the 
total $275,000 spent on free meals, $113,000 or 41 percent, was spent on free meals 
that should be addressed by clearer policies. The audit report recommended that 
SFGH develop and implement improved internal policies and practices over the 
administration of meal benefits by amending the Annual Salary Ordinance to 
provide clearer policy concerning such meal benefits. A review of the Annual 
Salary Ordinance indicates that it has been amended and that the proposed MOU 
is consistent with the language in the Annual Salary Ordinance. 

It should also be noted that the Settlement Agreement between the City and 
County of San Francisco and SFIRA, dated May 8, 1990, references the proposed 
MOU and states that the MOU will be signed by the parties simultaneously with 
the execution of the Settlement Agreement. The Settlement Agreement 
specifically addresses the resident and intern salaries and benefits. Although the 
City pays for the costs, the residents and interns currently receive salaries based 
on the City's pay levels and benefits based on the University of California Levels. 
The Settlement Agreement would result in SFIRA staff receiving salaries and 
benefits based on the University of California levels to be phased in over a period of 
five years. As of January 1, 1991, the comparable SFIRA classifications for City 
and University annual salaries are as follows: 



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Amount Percent 

University is Decrease 



Classification 


Citv 


University 


Less than Citv 


from Citv 


PGY 1 


$31,148 


$29,000 


$2,148 


6.9% 


PGY2 


34,580 


32,300 


2,280 


6.6% 


PGY 3 


37,934 


35,200 


2,734 


7.2% 


PGY 4 


40,846 


38,000 


2,846 


7.0% 


PGY 5 


43,576 


40,500 


3,076 


7.1% 


PGY 6 


44,850 


41,800 


3,050 


6.8% 



As indicated above, the University annual salaries are approximately seven 
percent less than the City's annual salaries. If the University's salaries remain 
at approximately the same level relative to the City's salaries, then based on the 
current number of residents working at SFGH within each classification, the 
Settlement Agreement would result in approximately $475,000 of annual savings 
to the City after five years based on 190 residents and interns. 

As discussed above, the benefits would continue to be determined by the 
University, which includes health benefits and are currently approximately ten 
percent of salaries. If the level of University benefits remain the same, there 
would also be additional annual savings of approximately $45,000, since the basis 
for determining benefit costs, that is the annual salary, would be reduced. Based 
on the Settlement Agreement and assuming that the same relative difference 
between the University and the City in salaries and benefits continues, the City's 
salary and health benefit costs for interns and residents at SFGH could be reduced 
by a total of approximately $520,000 annually after five years. Increasing amounts 
of savings would be achieved each of the next five years as these salaries and 
benefits are phased in. 

Summary 

The proposed MOU, extending through June 30, 1993, delineates the 
authority of the University of California and the City respectively and basically 
codifies existing relations and conditions between the City and SFIRA. As a 
result, the proposed MOU would not have any additional fiscal impact on the City. 
However, as discussed above, some language in the MOU may constrain future 
operations at SFGH, although the cost of such limitations cannot be determined at 
this time. 

The Settlement Agreement between the City and SFIRA addresses intern 
and resident salaries and benefits. The Settlement Agreement states that SFIRA 
staff will change from their current City based salaries and University benefits to 
both University based salaries and benefits to be phased in over the next five years. 
If the University's salaries remain at approximately the same level relative to the 
City's salaries, then based on the current number of residents working at SFGH 
within each classification, the Settlement Agreement would result in 
approximately $475,000 of annual savings to the City after five years. In addition, 
if the level of University benefits remain the same, there would be additional 

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annual savings of approximately $45,000, after five years. Together, the City's 
salary and health benefit costs for interns and residents at SFGH could be reduced 
by a total of approximately $520,000 annually after five years. 




President Britt 
Supervisor Hallinan 
Supervisor Hsieh 
Supervisor Alioto 
Supervisor Gonzalez 
Supervisor Hongisto 
Supervisor Kennedy 
Supervisor Maher 
Supervisor Nelder 
Supervisor Walker 
Supervisor Ward 
Clerk of the Board 
Legislative Policy Analysts 
Chief Administrative Officer 
Controller 
Carol Wilkins 
Ted Lakey 



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FROM: Budget Analyst - r<= 

SUBJECT: December 11, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

Item 11 - File 89-90-14 

1. The proposed resolution would authorize six employees in the 0636 
Division Chief, Superior Court classification to enroll in the State Disability 
Insurance (SDI) Program. The cost of SDI coverage would be paid by the employees 
through normal payroll deductions. The proposed legislation would not involve 
significant cost to the City as the Controller's payroll/personnel system is 
programmed to include this deduction. 

2. SDI pays disability benefits to employees who suffer a non-industrial 
injury or illness. SDI-eligible employees have been paying into the SDI system 
since July 1, 1981. Currently, the payroll deduction is 0.9 percent of the first $25,149 
of gross salary for each employee (maximum of $226.34 annually). While SDI 
coverage is mandatory for all employees within bargaining units enrolled in the 
SDI program, it is not mandatory that employee classifications which are not 
represented by a bargaining unit be included in the SDI program unless a majority 
of employees within the classification requests coverage. 

3. The Employee Relations Division (ERD) reports that four of the six 0636 
Division Chief, Superior Court employees have requested SDI coverage. 

Recommendation 

Approve the proposed resolution. 



Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

December 11, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

Item 12 - File 89-90-15 

1. The proposed resolution would authorize seven employees in the 0590 
Court Assistant Senior, Superior Court classification to enroll in the State Disability 
Insurance (SDI) Program. The cost of SDI coverage would be paid by the employees 
through normal payroll deductions. The proposed legislation would not involve 
significant cost to the City as the Controller's payroll/personnel system is 
programmed to include this deduction. 

2. SDI pays disability benefits to employees who suffer a non-industrial 
injury or illness. SDI-eligible employees have been paying into the SDI system 
since July 1, 1981. Currently, the payroll deduction is 0.9 percent of the first $25,149 
of gross salary for each employee (maximum of $226.34 annually). While SDI 
coverage is mandatory for all employees within bargaining units enrolled in the 
SDI program, it is not mandatory that employee classifications which are not 
represented by a bargaining unit be included in the SDI program unless a majority 
of employees within the classification requests coverage. 

3. The Employee Relations Division (ERD) reports that five of the seven 0590 
Court Assistant Senior, Superior Court employees have requested SDI coverage. 

R^om mendation 

Approve the proposed resolution. 



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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

December 11, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

Item 13 - File 97-90^8 

The proposed ordinance would amend Chapter 16 of the Administrative 
Code by adding Section 16.906 to permit health coverage for former 
Supervisors, provided that he or she pays the full cost of the health coverage. 

On June 5, 1990, the San Francisco voters approved Proposition G, a 
Charter amendment to provide the authority to the Board of Supervisors to 
approve an ordinance for former members of the Board of Supervisors to 
participate in a City health plan, if the individual Supervisor agrees to pay the 
full costs of such benefits. The proposed ordinance would implement this 
recently approved Charter amendment. 

The proposed ordinance would apply to both existing members of the 
Board of Supervisors who want to continue their health coverage and former 
members of the Board of Supervisors that want to participate, provided that 
each pays the full cost of the desired health coverage. 

Comments 

1. Given that the proposed ordinance requires that former Supervisors 
pay the full cost of the health coverage, the proposed ordinance should result in 
no additional costs for the City. 

2. Mr. Randall Smith, Executive Director of the Health Service System 
reports that the City currently offers five health plans to City employees. The 
actual cost to an individual Supervisor for health coverage will vary depending 
on the specific health plan selected and the number of dependents included 
under each plan. Based on individual participant rates (no dependents), the 
current monthly costs for health coverage range from $128.65 to $180.30. On an 
annual basis, the current costs for an individual participant range from 
$1,543.38 to $2,163.60. 

3. The proposed ordinance does not specify the procedures for individual 
Supervisors to obtain health coverage. Mr. Smith reports that to date 
procedures have not been developed. However, Mr. Smith indicates that 
administratively it may be desirable to permit current Supervisors who wish to 
continue their health coverage after they are no longer members of the Board 
of Supervisors to notify the Health Service System prior to leaving the City to 
permit continued and uninterrupted health coverage and to provide for billing 
arrangements. Once a Supervisor has left the City health system, Mr. Smith 
indicates that reentry into the system would occur on the same basis as 
employees who annually are given the opportunity to enroll or change health 
plans. This open enrollment period occurs annually in the Spring ami 
becomes effective on July 1 of each year. 

Recommendation 

Approve the proposed ordinance. 

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Memo to Administrative and Oversight Committee 

December 11, 1990 Administrative and Oversight Committee Meeting 

Item 14 - File 97-90-60 

The proposed ordinance would amend Section 16.17 of the 
Administrative Code by providing for the ratification of an amendment to Civil 
Service Rule 22, Leaves of Absence, which would expand the persons for whom 
bereavement leave may be taken and redefine the term child. 

The proposed ordinance would amend Civil Service Rule 22, Leaves of 
Absence, Section 22.02(A)(3)(c), Subsection i, Sick Leave - Bereavement to 
expand the persons for whose death an employee may take bereavement leave. 
Specifically, the proposed ordinance would add domestic partner, a child for 
whom the employee has parenting responsibilities, parents of a domestic 
partner and an aunt or uncle. The current provisions permit an employee to 
take bereavement leave for the death of a parent, step parent, grandparent, 
parents-in-law, spouse, sibling, child, step child, adoptive child, legal 
guardian or any person permanently residing in the household of the 
employee. In each of these cases, an employee may take bereavement leave if it 
does not exceed three working days plus two additional days if it is out-of-State. 
Under the existing and proposed provisions, the bereavement leave must be 
taken within 30 calendar days after the date of death. 

In addition, the proposed ordinance would amend Civil Service Rule 22, 
Leaves of Absence, Section 22.02(A)(3)(c), Subsection ii, Sick Leave - 
Bereavement to substitute bereavement leave for the death of "other relatives" 
to bereavement leave for the death of "any other person the employee may be 
reasonably deemed to owe respect". In these cases, an employee could take 
bereavement leave not to exceed one working day plus two additional days if it 
is out-of-State and the bereavement leave must be taken within 30 calendar 
days after the date of death. 

The proposed ordinance would also amend Civil Service Rule 22, Leaves 
of Absence, Section 22.02 (A)(3)(e) to expand the definition of a child and delete 
the current time restrictions for an employee using sick leave for such 
purposes. The current provisions restrict employees to using sick leave for a 
"dependent child" and limits such leave to five days per year. According to Mr. 
Oscar Ortiz of the Civil Service Commission, Civil Service does not have a 
specific definition for the term "dependent child". The proposed ordinance 
would clarify and expand the current provisions by permitting employees to 
use sick leave for the illness or medical appointment of a biological or adoptive 
child or a child for whom the employee has parenting or child rearing 
responsibilities. There would also be no restriction on the amount of time per 
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Memo to Administrative and Oversight Committee 

December 11, 1990 Administrative and Oversight Committee Meeting 

1. Charter Section 8.363 - Leaves Due to Illness or Disability requires 
that the Board of Supervisors approve, amend or reject all amendments to the 
rules governing leaves of absence as proposed by the Civil Service Commission, 
provided that before making any amendments, the Board of Supervisors 
requests that the Civil Service Commission review and report on any proposed 
amendments. The proposed amendment to Civil Service Rule 22 was adopted 
by the Civil Service Commission on October 15, 1990. 

2. The Mayor's Task Force on Family Policy in its Approaching 2000: 
Meeting the Challenges to San Francisco's Families report of June 13, 1990 
recommended that the City's bereavement leave and sick leave related to a 
dependent child be modified. The changes included in the proposed ordinance 
are consistent with the modifications recommended by the Task Force. 

3. Although there are no annual limits on the amount of total time that 
an employee may use for the proposed provisions in combined paid and unpaid 
leave, the employee's appointing officer or head of the department would have 
the discretion for limiting any excessive use of these provisions. 

4. All of the proposed provisions require that the employee either use 
accumulated sick leave time for paid time off or take the time off without pay. 
The proposed ordinance would not increase the total amount of paid leave time 
that an employee would receive. As a result, the proposed ordinance should 
result in no additional cost to the City. Under the City's current policies, an 
employee earns four hours of sick leave per pay period, or a total of 13 days per 
year. Individual City employees are restricted from accumulating more than 
six months of unused sick leave. 

Recommendation 

Approve the proposed ordinance. 



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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

December 11, 1990 Aclniinistration and Oversight Committee Meeting 

Item 15 - File 106-90^ 



Department: 
Proposed Action: 



Description: 



Civil Service Commission 

Resolution to determine that the highest general prevailing rate 
of wages paid for private employment on City contracts to 
various craft workers is as set forth in (a) the General Prevailing 
Wage Determination survey made by the Director of Industrial 
Relations of the State of California for all craft workers except 
Garage Attendants and (b) the agreement between Parking 
Employers and Teamster Automotive Employees, Local 665 for 
Garage Attendants. 

Charter Section 7.204 requires that contracts for public works or 
improvement involving construction or fabrication shall provide 
for the payment of the highest prevailing wage rates to all 
persons performing labor under such contracts. 

Section 6.37 of the City's Administrative Code gives authority to 
the Board of Supervisors to fix and determine the highest 
general prevailing wage rates. To assist the Board in the 
determination of these wage rates, the Civil Service Commission 
is required to furnish, on an annual basis, data as to the highest 
general prevailing rate of wages of the various crafts and types 
of labor, including wages paid on holidays and for overtime, as 
paid by private employers in the City. In determining these 
wage rates, the Board of Supervisors is not limited to the data 
submitted by the Civil Service Commission but may consider 
such other information on the subject as it may deem proper. 

The Civil Service Commission has determined that the General 
Prevailing Wage Determination made by the State of California's 
Director of Industrial Relations represents the highest 
prevailing rates of wages for various craft workers except for 
Garage Attendants, such as those operating and maintaining 
City-owned parking lots and garages, because the State's 
General Prevailing Wage Determination survey does not include 
any data for Garage Attendants. Therefore, as an alternative, 
the Civil Service Commission used the agreement between 
Parking Employers and the Teamsters Automotive Employees, 
Local 665 as the benchmark for the highest general prevailing 
wage for Garage Attendants. According to this three year 
agreement for the period beginning December 1, 1989, the 
highest hourly rate is currently $11.50 per hour as of December 
1, 1989, $11.80 as of December 1, 1990, and $12.25 as of December 
1, 1991. 



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Memo to Administration and Oversight Committee 

December 11, 1990 Administration and Oversight Committee Meeting 



Recommendation: Approve the proposed resolution. 



Harvey M. Rose 



cc: President Britt 

Supervisor Hongisto 
Supervisor Hsieh 
Supervisor Alioto 
Supervisor Gonzalez 
Supervisor Hallinan 
Supervisor Kennedy 
Supervisor Maher 
Supervisor Nelder 
Supervisor Walker 
Supervisor Ward 
Clerk of the Board 
Legislative Policy Analysts 
Chief Administrative Officer 
Controller 
Carol Wilkins 
Ted Lakey 



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MEETING OF 

ADMINISTRATION AND OVERSIGHT 

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 

CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 



TUESDAY. DECEMBER 11, 1990 - 2:00 P.M. ROOM 228. CITY HALL 

MEMBERS: SUPERVISORS BR1TT, HONGISTO AND HSIEH 

ABSENT: SUPERVISOR HONGISTO - ITEMS 1.2.6.11.12.13.14. and 15 

CLERK: KAY GULBENGAY 



File 92-89-11 . Consideration of nominations by the Board of 
Supervisors for three appointments by the Mayor to the Advisory 
Council to the Mayor's Office of Child Care. (Clerk of the 
Board) 

(Must be engaged in delivering child care services or be 
otherwise knowledgeable of child care.) 



Appl icants : 



Michael C. Andersen 
Terri J. Echelbarger 
Verna Clark 



Hearing held. Appointment of Michael Andersen 
continued to the call of the chair. 

File 92-89-11.3 . Hearing held. Nomination of Terri 
J. Echelbarger and Verna Clark recommended. 
Resolution prepared in and reported out of committee 
encitled: "Submitting names of applicants to the 
Mayor for consideration of appointment to the 
Advisory Council to the Mayor's Office of Child 
Care." Recommended. 



File 92-90-6 . Consideration of appointment of member. Adult 
Day Health Care Planning Council, vice June W. Keller, 
resigned, for the unexpired portion of the three-year term 
ending September 30. 1991. (Clerk of the Board) 

(Must be over 55 year6 of age and interested in the 
special health and social needs of the elderly.) 

Applicant: Bob Cowan (Social Services) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Continued to call of the chair. 

File 92-90-33 . Consideration of appointment of members to the 
Drug Abuse Advisory Board, vice Robert Schmidt (Public), 
Wilbert K. Battle (Law Enforcement). Jerry De Jong (Provider), 
terms expiring October 1, 1990. for the three year term ending 
October 1. 1993. (Clerk of the Board) 

Applicants: James Carter (Public) 

Diane Manning (Public 

Rosalyn Y. Roddy (Public) 

Herman P. Jones (Law Enforcement) 

E. Tyronne Howze (Public 

John O' Br ien (Public) 

Steve Heilig (Public) 

Linda Connelly (Provider) 

Keith Folger (Public) 



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Applicants Continued 

Maryom Ana Al-Wadi (Public) 
Carnella Gordon Brown (Public) 
Marcia A. Bunkers (Public) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Appointment of Wilbert K. Battle (Law 
Enforcement) continued to call of the chair. 

File 92-90-33.2 . Hearing held. Appointment of James 
Carter (Public) and Carnella Gordon Brown (Public) 
recommended. Resolution prepared in and reported out 
of committee entitled: "Appointing members to the 
Drug Abuse Advisory Board." Recommended. 

4. File 92-90-36 . Consideration of reaffirming appointment of 

members to the Golden Gate Bridge. Highway and Transportation 
District, vice Supervisor Richard Hongisto, Supervisor Wendy 
Nelder. Supervisor Doris M. Ward, Supervisor Nancy G. Walker, 
Stephan Leonoudakis. James R. Bronkema. Robert McDonnell, and 
Robert A. Ross terms expiring January 1, 1991, for the two-year 
term ending January 31, 1993. (Clerk of the Board) 

Applicants: Robert McDonnell 

Stehpan C. Leonoudakis 
Jack Bergess 
Robert Ross 
James Bronkema 

ACTION: Hearing held. Reaffirming of appointment of Stephan 
Leonoudakis, James R. Bronkema, Robert McDonnell, and 
Robert A. Ross recommended. Resolution prepared in 
and reported out of committee entitled: "Affirming 
retention of members appointed by the Board of 
Supervisors as members of the Board of Directors, 
Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation 
District." Recommended. 

File 92-90-36.1 . Hearing held. Reaffirming of 
appointment of Supervisor Doris M. Ward recommended. 
Resolution prepared in and reported out of committee 
entitled: "Affirming retention of Supervisor Doris 
M. Ward as a member of the Board of Directors, Golden 
Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District." 
Recommended . 

File 92-90-36.2 . Hearing held. Appointment of 
Supervisor Willie B. Kennedy recommended. Resolution 
prepared and reported out of committee entitled: 
"Appointing Supervisor Willie B. Kennedy as a member 
of the Board of Directors, Golden Gate Bridge, 
Highway and Transportation District." Recommended. 

File 92-90-36 . 3 ■ Hearing held. Appointment of 
Supervisor Bill Maher recommended. Resolution 
prepared and reported out of committee entitled: 
"Appointing Supervisor Bill Maher a6 a member of the 
Board of Directors, Golden Gate Bridge. Highway and 
Transportation District." Recommended. 

File 92-90-36 . 4 . Hearing held. Appointment of 
Supervisor Tom H6ieh recommended. Resolution 
prepared and reported out of committee entitled: 
"Appointing Supervisor Tom Hsieh as a member of the 
Board of Directors, Golden Gate Bridge. Highway and 
Transportation District." Recommended. 



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5. File 92-90-38 . Consideration of appointment of members to the 
Delinquency Prevention Commission, vice Clara Sanchez . James 
Haskell Mayo, Carmen P. Trasvina, Pauline Chu. Arthur Walker 
and Enola Maxwell terms expiring December 31, 1990, for the 
four-year term ending December 31, 1994. (Clerk of the Board) 

Applicants: Carmen Trasvina 
Pauline Chu 
James Haskell Mayo 
Martin Jenkins 
Harold Keeling 
Jeff Corino 
Enola Maxwell 
Arthur Walker 

ACTION: Hearing held. Appointment of Pauline Chu, Carmen 

Trasvina, James Haskell Mayo, Enola Maxwell, Arthur 
Walker and Jeff Corino recommended. Resolution 
prepared in and reported out of committee entitled: 
"Appointing members to the Delinquency Prevention 
Commission." Recommended. 

6. File 92-90-40 . Consideration of appointment of members to the 
Veterans Affairs Council, vice Winifred Matia (female), Henri 
I. Leleu ("1"), Zino Zamacona ("7"), and Charles Gallman (at 
large) terms expiring, January 31, 1991, for the four-year term 
ending January 31, 1995. (Clerk of the Board) 

Applicants: Henri I. LeLeu 

Lino C. Zamacona 

ACTION: Hearing held. Continued to call of the chair. 

7. File 92-90-41 . Consideration of appointment of members to the 
Mental Health Advisory Board, vice Lucille Ramstetter, (Public 
Interest), Mary Gullekson, (Health Profession), Linda Chafetz, 
(RN Nurse) terms expiring January 31, 1991, for the three-year 
term ending January 31, 1994. (Clerk of the Board) 

Applicants: Lucille Ramstetter 
Mary Gullekson 
Linda Chafetz 

ACTION: Hearing held. Appointment of Lucille Ramstetter. 
Mary Gullekson and Linda Chafetz recommended. 
Resolution prepared in and reported out of committee 
entitled: "Appointing members to the Mental Health 
Advisory Board." Recommended. (Clerically corrected 
to reflect three-year term ending January 31. 1994.) 

8. File 92-90-50 . Consideration of appointment of eleven members 
to the Bicycle Advisory Committee consisting of three 
representatives from bicycling organizations; one 
representative from the bicycle industry: two representatives 
from environmental organizations and five at large bicyclist6. 
(Clerk of the Board) 

Applicants: David Synder (at Large) 

Louis Bacigalupi (at large) 

Jerry Walker (bicycle organization) 

David Macpherson (at large) 

Les Plack (at large) 

Peter Meitzler (at large) 

Daniel Cotter (at large) 

Clay Mankin (bicycle industry) 
Maria Raquel Morales (at large) 

David Marshall ( environment a 1 /at large) 

Jeffrey Clair (at large) 

John Swanda (bicycle organization) 

Jana Zanetto (at large) 

Carol Levine (at large) 
Merylee Smith Bingham (bicycle organization) 

Albert Glenn (at large) 

Jon Poschm.in (environmental/at large) 



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Applicants continued 

Matthew Wadlund (environmental) 

Brian Casey ((at large) 

Marilyn Hope Smulyan (at large) 

Ruth Gravanis (environmental) 

Michael Beriss (at large) 

John D. Palmer (at large) 

Darryl Skrabak (bicycle organization) 

Lawrence Kline (at large) 

Tom Osher (at large) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Appointment of Clay Mankin (bicycle 
industry), Jerry Walker (bicycle organization), 
Merylee Smith Bingham (bicycle organization), Darryl 
Skrabak (bicycle organization), David Marshall 
(environmental), Ruth Gravanis (environmental), David 
Machperson (at large), Maria Raquel Morales (at 
large), Albert Glenn (at large), Jon Poschman (at 
large) and Marilyn Hope Smulyan (at large) 
recommended. Resolution prepared in and reported out 
of committee entitled: "Appointing members to the 
Bicycle Advisory Board." Recommended. 

9. F ile 92-90-51 . Consideration of appointment of member to the 
Mental Health Advisory Board, Phyllis Spanglet, vice herself, 
term expiring, January 31, 1991, for the three-year term ending 
January 31, 1994. (Clerk of the Board) 

Applicant: Phyllis Denise Spanglet 

ACTION: Hearing held. Appointment of Phyllis Denise Spanglet 
recommended. Resolution prepared in and reported out 
of committee entitled: "Appointing member to the 
Mental Health Advisory Board." Recommended. 
(Clerically corrected to reflect three-year term 
ending January 31, 1994.) 

10. File 92-90-56 . Consideration of appointment of member to the 
Metropolitan Transportation Commission, Supervisor Harry G. 
Britt, vice himself, term expiring February 10, 1991, for 
four-year term ending February 10, 1995. (Clerk of the Board) 

Applicant: Supervisor Harry G. Britt 

ACTION: Hearing held. Appointment of Supervisor Harry G. 
Britt recommended. Resolution prepared in and 
reported out of committee entitled: "Appointing 
member to the Metropolitan Transportation 
Commission." Recommended. 

11. File 89-90-14 . [State Disability Insurance] Resolution 
authorizing enrollment of Classification 0636 Division Chief, 
Superior Court in the State Disability Insurance Program. 
(Mayor'6 Office of Employee Relations Division) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Recommended. 

12. File 89-90-15 . [State Disability Insurance] Resolution 
authorizing enrollment of Classification 0590 Court Assistant 
Senior in the State Disability Insurance Program. (Mayor's 
Office of Employee Relations Division) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Recommended. 

13. File 97-90-48 . [Health Coverage for Former Supervisors] 
Ordinance amending Chapter 16 of the Administrative Code by 
adding Section 16.906 thereto to permit health coverage for 
former Supervisors, provided that they pay the full cost of 
6uch coverage. (Supervisor Britt) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Recommended. 



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14. File 97-90-60 . [Ratifying Civil Service Rule 22 Amendment] 
Ordinance amending Administrative Code, by amending Section 
16.17, by providing for the ratification of an amendment to 
Civil Service Rule 22. Leaves of Absence, expanding the persons 
for whom bereavement leave may be taken; and redefining the 
term "child". (Civil Service Commission). 

ACTION: Hearing held. Recommended. 

15. File 106-90-4 . [Salary and Wage] Resolution fixing highest 
generally prevailing wage rates, private employment on public 
contracts. (Civil Service Commission) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Recommended. 

CLOSED SESSION : 

16. File 45-90-54 . [Settlement of Litigation] Ordinance 
authorizing settlement of litigation of Leroy Francis Garrity 
against Carolyn M Luksich City and County of San Francisco by 
payment of $50,000. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

17. File 45-90-55 . [Settlement of Litigation] Ordinance 
authorizing settlement of litigation of Laura Helm against City 
and County of San Francisco by payment of $35,000. (City 
Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

18. File 45-90-56 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of litigation of Rolando Hernandez against the City 
and County of San Francisco by payment of $8,000. (City 
Attorney) . 

ACTION: Recommended. 

19. File 45-90-57 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of litigation of Kevin Carroll against the City and 
County of San Francisco by payment of $8,500. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

20. File 45-90-58 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of litigation of Walter A. Young against the City 
and County of San Francisco by payment of $121,500. (City 
Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

21. File 46-90-18 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of William Cochran v. Joanne Goettsche. et al. , upon 
receipt of the sum of $50,000: and dismissal of complaint. 
(City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

22. File 46-90-19 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of Daniel C. Knight V. Homer J. Ol6en. Inc.. et al.. 
upon receipt of the sum of $6,342.14 and release of lien. 
(City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 



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23. File 46-90-20 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of San Francisco v. Ibrahim Atieh. et al., upon 
receipt of the sume of $7,500; dismissal of complaint. (City 
Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

24. File 48-90-25 . [Settlement of Claim] Resolution approving the 
settlement of the unlitigated claim of DeAndre Milliard Forks 
by payment of $8,800. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

25. File 46-90-21 . [Settlement of Lawsuit] Ordinance authorizing 
settlement of San Francisco v. The Olympic Club, et al.. upon 
certain terms and conditions. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 



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of the Administration S> Oversight Committee for Tuesday, 
December 25. 1990 at 2:00 p.m.. has been cancelled. 



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